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Vistas have enlisted The Inbetweeners' Martin Trenaman for their new vid for 'Sucker'

It's every older gentleman's rock 'n' roll fantasy, basically.
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Published: 11:00 am, January 22, 2020
Vistas have enlisted The Inbetweeners' Martin Trenaman for their new vid for 'Sucker'

Indie lads extraordinaire Vistas have dropped a brand new video for their most recent single (and absolute banger) 'Sucker'.

The clip features Martin Trenaman - who you probably recognise from stuff like The Inbetweeners - bashing out the track at the open mic night of his dreams. You can check it out first on Dork below.

Speaking about the track, frontman Prentice said: "Sucker is a track about being completely head over heels in love with someone and recognising all the senseless things people do in order to maintain the love they feel. The intention of the song is to show that, at times, everyone can do daft things when they've fallen for someone.”

It's the second single to come from the trio's debut album, which is set to be released later this year.

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