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The Sherlocks have released a new video starring Thomas Turgoose from This Is England and Game Of Thrones

"It was a top laugh!"
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Published: 10:37 am, June 26, 2019
The Sherlocks have released a new video starring Thomas Turgoose from This Is England and Game Of Thrones

The Sherlocks have released a new video starring Thomas Turgoose from This Is England and Game Of Thrones.

The clip is for ‘NYC (Sing It Loud)’, a track from their upcoming new album ‘Under Your Sky’, due for release on 4th October.

Thomas comments: “I mean obviously other than the obvious being a big fan of the band, I get to call them all friends as well so it was a win win for me and a pleasure to help the boys on what's gonna be another great album!”

The band add: “One of the most enjoyable video shoots we’ve done. It was a top laugh!”

Watch ‘NYC (Sing It Loud)’ below, and catch the band on tour throughout October and November.

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