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The Amazons have shared a creepy new video for ‘Doubt It’

It’s the latest single from the band’s second album ‘Future Dust’.
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Published: 12:01 pm, July 17, 2019
The Amazons have shared a creepy new video for ‘Doubt It’

The Amazons have shared a new video for ‘Doubt It’.

It’s the latest single from the band’s second album ‘Future Dust’, released via Fiction Records in May.

Frontman Matthew Thomson says of the clip: “We fell in love with [director] Thomas James’ vision for Doubt It early on. He tapped into the themes of temptation and recklessness and applied his love and knowledge for the Horror genre to come up with something special. In a twist of fate, the video was shot in Wales, the country in which we wrote and recorded Future Dust.”

Watch ‘Doubt It’ below, and catch the band at Reading & Leeds this August, and on tour in November.

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