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SWMRS interrupt a bingo game in their new video for 'Lose Lose Lose'

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Published: 2:59 pm, July 10, 2019
SWMRS interrupt a bingo game in their new video for 'Lose Lose Lose'

SWMRS have shared a new video for their track ‘Lose Lose Lose’.

It’s a cut from their new album ‘Berkeley’s On Fire’, which came out earlier this year via Fueled By Ramen.

“I always wanted to know what it would feel like to crowd surf if the average age of the crowd was 71 instead of 17,” co-frontman Cole Becker says of the new clip. 

“Ambar [Navarro, director] and I talked a lot about this video as a way of inverting the formula of ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’. Being a young person in 2019 feels a lot more like being in an inhospitable bingo club than being in the hyper-idealized vision of a punk show. You have all this energy and vision and passion to contribute to the world, and you’re constantly met with this sludgy rejection as if you’re intruding on someone else’s party.”

The band will visit the UK for TRNSMT on 14th July, a headliner at London’s New Cross Inn on 21st August, then Reading & Leeds across the bank holiday weekend.

Watch ‘Lose Lose Lose’ below.

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