The Other Tribe have unleashed the video for their new single Skirts, which comes out on the 30th of September 2012 on Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited/Relentless Records.
The video is an amalgamation of Alice in Wonderland and a rural Bristol forest party. We see the blonde girl, wondering through the forest, a look of blissful wonder and contentedness in her eyes, but instead of falling down the rabbit hole into a fantasy world of danger and beauty, she is apprehended by a bunch of dance music-loving youths, with tribal tattoo's and scant regard for clothing. What follows is a big old party whilst our protagonist loses herself in the fun-loving crowd. She is blindfolded though.
The Other Tribe have been making waves on the Bristol dance scene, have been gracing top U.K festivals, providing crowds with a similar experience felt in their latest video. Glade, Beat Herder, Eden, Isle of Wight, Wireless, Brisfest, Gottwood and Dot To Dot have all been graced with the thumping presence of the west country sextet. 'Skirts' has proven to be a huge highlight from their live shows, and has enjoyed plays from Pete Tong and Rob Da Bank and Annie Mac. This weekend will see them play Bestival, one of the biggest festivals on the scene, and their presence is sure to grow and grow as they implement their hybrid style, which all started in the free-loving city of Bristol.
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