Brighton based Flashguns release their new single 'Passion Of A Different Kind' at the end of March through Friends Vs Records.
The video for the single was shot on Exmoor, where the band recorded their new album of the same name, speaking about the thought behind the video they told us: "We shot this video in Exmoor, where we recorded our debut album - also titled 'Passions of A Different Kind'. We were very inspired by locking ourselves away somewhere so expansive and epic for such a long period of time. We felt so part of nature and that is something we really wanted to bring into our music. We shot the video using this surrounding scenery, with dogs who were owned by a local farmer we made friends with. We wanted to convey our passion, desire and energy to move forward using our experience from recording in such an amazing, isolated place."
As well as finishing work on their album, Flashguns busied themselves recently touring with the likes of Dananananaykroyd, Active Child, Mona, Funeral Party and Bombay Bicycle Club.
The band are currently out on a headline tour of the UK, catch them at the below dates:
11th March - The Hop, Wakefield
12th March - West End Centre, Aldershot
14th March - The Boileroom, Guildford
15th March - The Jericho, Oxford
16th March - The Roadmender, Northampton
17th March - Plugged Inn, Sunderland
18th March - Inside Out, Darlington
19th March - Mad Ferret, Preston
20th March - Fruit, Hull
21st March - Bodega Social, Nottingham
22nd March - HMV Institute, Birmingham
23rd March - Lexington, London
24th March - The Hope, Brighton
25th March - The Sumo, Leicester
26th March - JJ's, Hemel Hempstead
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