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Sick Joy tease their upcoming EP with a new video for 'Vibe Sucker'

Four-tracker 'Them Days' is out next week.
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Published: 4:03 pm, September 04, 2019
Sick Joy tease their upcoming EP with a new video for 'Vibe Sucker'

Sick Joy have dropped a new video for their track 'Vibe Sucker'.

Shot on their patio with a bunch of mates, it's "just a universally personal chant of frustration at a whole bunch of stuff,” explains singer and guitarist Mykl. “Everyone knows that shit.”

It's the second song from their upcoming EP 'Them Days', due 13th September via SO Recordings, following the release of ‘Shoot Your Lover’.

The band also have a lengthy UK tour planned for later this year, including festival sets at Neighbourhood and Swn, and a headliner at London's Camden Assembly.

Check out 'Vibe Sucker' below.

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