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Slaves head to the pub for their new video for ‘Bugs’

Taken from their latest album ‘Acts Of Fear And Love’, the video is in support of the Long Live The Local campaign
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Published: 12:20 am, March 28, 2019Words: Jamie Muir.
Slaves head to the pub for their new video for ‘Bugs’

Do you like pubs? We like pubs - and Slaves certainly do, as shown with their new video for snarling recent cut ‘Bugs’.

Catching Isaac and Laurie down a local boozer (The George Tavern in London to be exact), it finds the guys having a ruddy good time from daylight to late-night shenanigans - there’s glasses smashing and everything. The video is all in support of the Long Live The Local campaign, supporting pubs and small venues who currently face hardship and the pressure of closure.

‘Bugs’ is taken from the duo’s latest album ‘Acts Of Fear And Love’ released last year - something they’ll be taking all over the shop this summer for a range of festival dates including appearances at Truck Festival and Neighbourhood Weekender amongst a range of others.

Check ‘Bugs’ in all its glory below

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