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Prima Queen have released a new video for their second single, 'Brownstone'

"We wanted to capture the feeling of being disillusioned yet hopeful."
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Published: 11:50 am, March 17, 2020
Prima Queen have released a new video for their second single, 'Brownstone'

Prima Queen have released a new video for their second single, 'Brownstone'.

"We filmed this a while ago when things were a little bit more cheerful," they explain. "It was shot around our neighbourhood in London on the roads between our two houses.

"We wanted to capture the feeling of being disillusioned yet hopeful, so we wore pink cowboy hats and sang about not believing in the American Dream in front of brick houses in Brockley (instead of brownstones in Brooklyn as the song mentions)."

The band currently have a handful of live shows still in play, including a set with Brooke Bentham at London's Omega on 19th March.

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