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The Big Moon have dropped a really clever seasidey video for their new single, 'Why'

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Published: 11:22 am, July 15, 2020
The Big Moon have dropped a really clever seasidey video for their new single, 'Why'

The Big Moon have dropped a really clever video for their new single, 'Why'.

The beach clip was directed by Jonjo Lowe, and filmed while social-distancing. "We managed to make a video in lockdown even though we haven't been together for four months!" they explain.

"Hope our fantasy seaside trip takes you somewhere else for a few mins and gives you that break so you can keep doing what you need to do. We certainly enjoyed covering ourselves with green paint. We miss and love you very much. 

"Big thanks to the wizardry of Jonjo Lowe and his team."

The song's taken from the band's recent album 'Walking Like We Do', released earlier this year.

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