Electronic quartet Saturday Night Gym Club have unveiled a touching, love story video for their single 'Terra Firma' which will feature on their upcoming new EP 'The Nowhere Team' due out on June 10th 2013.
The video features a foreign man getting a job in a crop field. He meets an English woman who works there and is kind to him but because he can't speak English, he struggles to communicate with her. He decides to learn the language and spends the next few days pouring over English language books and listening to audio CDs. He makes an attempt at conversation when she is waiting for her lift home, but she looks a little confused and leaves. He eventually decides to steal a car and offer to drive her home instead as a sure way of breaking the ice. The song itself is slow and echoey, though the tone seems more melancholic than romantic. Nonetheless, it is a smashing, dreamy number that makes perfect easy listening for relaxing in the Spring sunshine.
The band; who are vocalist and sampler Alan Sanderson, vocalist and pianist Conor O'Kane, vocalist and bassist Nick Crowe and violinist Tom Bounford; release their new EP following up their critically acclaimed debut EP 'How To Build A Life Raft' which did not fail to gain attention right across the UK.
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