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The Aces have revealed a new music video for ‘My Phone Is Trying To Kill Me’

It was shot completely while in quarantine
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Published: 12:21 pm, May 19, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
The Aces have revealed a new music video for ‘My Phone Is Trying To Kill Me’

Quarantine and isolation stopping ya from making music videos? Didn’t think so, as shown by The Aces who have revealed a new music video for latest track ‘My Phone Is Trying To Kill Me’

Featuring an almost continuous battle against good ‘ol mobile phones, it features all sorts of shenanigans. We too have had it where mobile phones just emerge from cereal boxes. We have tried to throw our phones into the ocean (it was a tough year at The Great Escape okay…). Relatable stuff.

Speaking about the video, The Aces explained that "Given the time, we’re not able to make music videos in the way we normally would, but we didn’t wanna let that stop us. So we decided to grab our phones and cameras and take the matter into our own hands and make a little homemade music video for ‘My Phone is Trying to Kill Me.’ It ended up being hilarious and so much fun to make and we hope you enjoy watching it as much as we did making it!”

‘My Phone Is Trying To Kill Me’ is the latest track taken from The Aces’ upcoming second album ‘Under My Influence’ - out on June 12th.

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