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Stealing Sheep have shared a brand new track

Titled 'Show Love', it's taken from the trio's forthcoming album 'Big Wows'.
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Published: 8:51 pm, February 28, 2019
Stealing Sheep have shared a brand new track

Stealing Sheep have shared a brand new track.

Titled 'Show Love', it's taken from the trio's forthcoming album 'Big Wows', which is set for release on 19th April. It comes alongside a new video, directed by Korean animator Gyuri Cloe Lee.

“We heard about Gyuri through our friend Ewan Jones Morris,” they explain, “who recently worked with her on a video for John Grant’s ‘He’s Got His Mother’s Hips’ and we loved her acid colour schemes and her surreal stream of consciousness style,” the band say. “We’ve been collaborating with lots of women on this new album and we want a strong female energy in the music and visuals, so finding a female director for this was really important. We also wanted someone who worked with this celluloid hand drawn style that combined with more digital aesthetics, colour gradients and stop motion, it’s a perfect match for the song ‘Show Love’. A kind of sugar-coated apocalypse matches our zingy steel pans and crazy arpeggios. Also, check us out riding a pink fluffy sheep into space.”

You can check out 'Show Love' below.

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