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Sports Team have shared a video for their new single 'The Races'

The clip sees them taking on the role of wedding band and stars Alex Arnold (Poldark, Skins).
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Published: 12:54 pm, December 09, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Sports Team have shared a video for their new single 'The Races'

Sports Team have shared the video for their most recent single 'The Races'.

The clip sees them taking on the role of wedding band and stars Alex Arnold (Poldark, Skins). Frontman Alex Rice explains. "Label shills employed specifically to be yes-men couldn’t muster a compliment for this one. Only managed 'that really is unlike anything I’ve seen any other band doing, you should be commended for that'. Had a nice day introducing our parents to a former Skins actors though.”

It all comes off the back of a UK tour which saw the band play London's Kentish Town Forum last week. With a debut album expected to be revealed 'soon', you can check out the video for 'The Races' below.

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