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New York lo-fi newcomers Wives have dropped a new video for ‘The 20 Teens’

"The whole night was fire."
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Published: 10:30 pm, June 19, 2019
New York lo-fi newcomers Wives have dropped a new video for ‘The 20 Teens’

Wives have dropped a new video for their single, ‘The 20 Teens’.

It’s the latest cut from their debut album ‘So Removed’, due 4th October via City Slang, and it arrives with news of a new European tour.

Songwriter Jay Beach says of the clip: "This film was shot at a house party show on Troutman St. in Brooklyn by our dear friend Alexandra Noland. The whole night was fire. 

"Robbie Pfeffer expertly crafted the throwback narrative and wove it into the fabric of the performance. The summer vibes were caught. And it feels like a celebration."

The band will play The Victoria in London on 14th November - in the meantime, you can check out ‘The 20 Teens’ below.

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