Got a new video from Scottish outfit Buffet Lunch today, following nicely on their LP for Upset The Rhythm last year. With isolation in mind, the band seek to siphon the feeling of suffocation, pushing an off-kilter cheeriness that’s buffeted by the tipsy organ swells and the sax shronk of Iain McCall. The song’s a postcard from the pandemic (or at least an earlier iteration) echoing a sort of loneliness that never quite lets go. The band’s Perry O’Bray notes, “The video was incidentally filmed on my first trip away since the start of the pandemic. I stopped at the top of the road down to Carsaig on the Isle of Mull on a particularly drizzly day and set my phone up to record. It wasn’t intended to be for this song but we thought the misty woods and damp weather went really nicely with lyrics and vocals.” The song appears on a new 7” set to release on UTR in November. Check the wobble pop wonder behind the wheel of their new video now.
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