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The Amazons have released a new video for '25'

Catch the band at Reading & Leeds later this month.
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Published: 4:08 pm, August 06, 2019
The Amazons have released a new video for '25'

The Amazons have released a new video for ’25’.

It’s a cut from their recent second album ‘Future Dust’, released earlier this year.

Frontman Matt says of the song: “I wrote 25 two months before I turned 25, to try to work out where I am in life. The song mimics the confusion that I constantly feel, that everyone my age feels. Are we all narcissists or are we really switched on?”

Watch ’25’ below, and catch the band at Reading & Leeds, then on tour in November.

Their upcoming headline tour will visit:

NOVEMBER
08 O2 Academy Birmingham
09 O2 Academy Leeds
11 Rock City Nottingham
12 O2 Academy Newcastle
13 Barrowland Ballroom Glasgow
15 Manchester Academy
16 Cardiff Uni Students Union
17 O2 Academy 2 Bristol
19 O2 Academy Bournemouth
20 UEA LCR Norwich
22 O2 Academy Brixton London

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