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Watch Blossoms' new Beatles-inspired video for ‘There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls)’

The Stockport quintet have just dropped their new album.
Published: 12:18 pm, April 30, 2018
Watch Blossoms' new Beatles-inspired video for ‘There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls)’
Blossoms have followed the release of their new album, ‘Cool Like You’, with a new video.

Filmed on the streets of Tokyo, the clip for ‘There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls)’ was inspired by The Beatles’ ‘A Hard Days Night’. Speaking on the direction of the video, the band explain:

“Shooting a music video in Japan was something we’d wanted to do for a while. We took influence from The Beatles A Hard Days Night and tried to capture the camaraderie between us a band of friends.

“We’ve been to Japan a couple of times and we fell in love with it from the first time we went. When we wanted to make a video overseas somewhere, it was always going to be Tokyo. We loved being chased around the streets and It made five lads from Stockport feel like the Beatles for a day.”

You can read more from Blossoms in the new issue of Dork, out now - grab a copy here.

Watch ‘There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls)’ below.

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