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Taffy have fun at the fair in new ‘DD’ video

Watch out for the band's new album ‘Nyctophilia’, due in April.
Published: 10:33 am, February 06, 2017
Taffy have fun at the fair in new ‘DD’ video
Japanese indie-pop four-piece Taffy have dropped a new video for ‘DD’ - check it out below, first on Dork. The fuzzed-out pop gem is the latest from new album ‘Nyctophilia’, released on 7th April via Club AC30.

The band say of the vid: “I like our artworks in retro pale tone so, we asked a film director in Los Angeles, Kansas Bowling to direct this video. Felt how Kansas films her movies would be a perfect fit.

“Normally I'd get involved in making the videos myself so they can reflect my images, but for this one, I left it all up to Kansas and let it be a surprise to all of us. And so it was… we loved it! Hope everyone else will enjoy it too!”

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