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Kawala have shared an 80s feel-good video for new single, 'Play It Right'

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Published: 2:20 pm, August 21, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Kawala have shared an 80s feel-good video for new single, 'Play It Right'

Kawala have shared a new video for ‘Play It Right’.

Taking their cues from 80s classics like The Goonies and Weird Science, the clip arrives ahead of their sets at Reading & Leeds this weekend.

"We wanted to convey the classic feel-good story line of someone building up confidence and overcoming hardships” the band explain.

“Somehow it’s ended up as a super weird Sci-Fi 80’s vid in which we as a band come to life from a tape and act as a metaphoric encouragement force. I mean, obviously..”

Check out ‘Play It Right’ below, and catch the band on tour this October.

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