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The Wytches get in some skeleton cowboys for their a new video for ‘Cowboy’

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Published: 11:42 am, July 03, 2020
The Wytches get in some skeleton cowboys for their a new video for ‘Cowboy’

The Wytches have shared a new video for their comeback track ‘Cowboy’.

Nearly four years on from the release of their second album ‘All Your Happy Life’, ‘Cowboy’ is "about attempting to return to a better state of mind."

Frontman Kristian Bell says of their tumultuous few years: “We were disheartened by the whole thing. All the work that goes into getting a band off its feet and into the public felt like something we’d have to try all over again.”

“We've come back feeling re-energised and rejuvenated,” he adds. “For a period I was losing interest. We were going through the motions but now things feel right again.”

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