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Press Club have shared a new video for ‘Thinking About You’

It’s a cut from the Melbourne band’s upcoming second album.
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Published: 2:21 pm, August 01, 2019
Press Club have shared a new video for ‘Thinking About You’

Press Club have shared a new video for ‘Thinking About You’.

It’s a cut from the Melbourne band’s second album; following up on debut 'Late Teens', 'Wasted Energy' is set to arrive on 16th August via Hassle Records. 'Thinking About You' recounts the experience of vocalist Natalie Foster with a stalker; check out the vid below.

Talking about the video, guitarist Greg Rietwyk says: "The idea for the Thinking About You video clip came to me as we touched down from a 20 plus hour transit home from our first European tour in May this year. I pictured a surreal retelling of the story of a stalking stranger that is told within the song lyrics, with Nat being tormented by masked freaks. We enlisted the help of our good friend and filmmaker Gina Somfleth from Popcandi productions. We are all massive fans of Gina's keen eye for cinematography.

Catch the band on tour in the UK very soon, and at Reading & Leeds too.

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