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The Snuts head to Brighton Beach for their new 'Fatboy Slim' video

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Published: 4:36 pm, February 06, 2020
The Snuts head to Brighton Beach for their new 'Fatboy Slim' video

The Snuts have released a new video for their single, 'Fatboy Slim'.

A teaser from their upcoming ‘Mixtape EP’, out 13th March via Parlophone Records, the clip sees the boys head to Brighton Beach.

Lead singer Jack Cochrane says: "The song is a nod to the nostalgic subculture of live music across the UK in the 90s and similar decades."

Have a watch below, and catch the band live this spring - they'll play London's Kentish Town Forum on 30th April.

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