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Thank have released a new video for their track 'Think Less'

It’s a cut from their upcoming EP 'Please'.
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Published: 3:00 pm, July 05, 2019
Thank have released a new video for their track 'Think Less'

Leeds-based noise-rock band Thank have released their new track ‘Think Less’.

It’s a cut from their upcoming EP 'Please' - the follow-up to debut EP, 2017’s 'Sexghost Hellscape' -  due for release on 11th October via EXAG' and Buzzhowl Records (pre-order here: UKEU).

Singer Freddy Vinehill-Cliffe says of the track and accompanying video: “’Think Less’ is a song about overthinking conflicts with people, and how without the overthinking, perhaps some of those conflicts wouldn't happen in the first place.

“The original concept of the video was we would wear green full face masks for half the shots, and our heads would keep disappearing and reappearing - thinking less!? But James, who edited the video, found the maskless parts so entertaining that he barely used any of the footage with masks. What can I say? We're just that charming.”

Check out ‘Think Less’ below.

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