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The Night Cafe have shared a new self-isolation video for 'Please'

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Published: 12:00 pm, April 14, 2020
The Night Cafe have shared a new self-isolation video for 'Please'

The Night Cafe have shared a new self-isolation video for 'Please'.

A cut from the group's debut '0151', released last summer, the clip sees the boys performing the song at home on their lonesome.

Frontman Sean Martin says: "The idea for to film the video on our webcams came from that we obviously can’t see each other at the moment, but mainly because wanted to have something to give/show people who are losing their minds having to isolate due to Covid-19 and it felt like a much more personal way to shoot a video.

"It kind of worked out perfectly to suit the song though, I always thought ‘Please’ would be fun to make a video for. I felt so invested in the idea from the moment I thought of it, I just dropped everything else and focused solely on the video. The boys sent me clips of them playing the song a few times and it just went from there. Really funny way to make a video though, makes you miss seeing each other more in these weird times. I’ve never made a video before though so this was a fun challenge for myself. Josh is usually the man for that, he made all our earlier vids plus a heavy merch ad which is still my favourite TNC vid to this day, even though it's not for a song."

Give it a watch below, and catch the band on tour this September.

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