London band Hares unveil a retro-style, low quality performance video for their infectious new rock song 'Just A Picture' due to be released on September 30th 2013 through their own label, The Hunt Records.
The video appears to have been filmed with a poor-quality video camera and features the band performing, rocking out and generally messing around to the super catchy new song. The lyrics have an underlining youthful anarchy about them, there's a resonant chorus and the guitar riffs, though not unique, stand out as strongly as you would expect on a rock classic.
Hares have been garnering radio attention since the release of their debut 'Coastlines' EP in 2012 and now unveil their very own new label The Hunt records. They have gained inspiration from a range of artists including Roy Orbison and The Violent Femmes, and earlier this year have supported One Night Only and the Vaccines. 'Just A Picture' will be launched at an official party on September 24th at The Monarch in London, which will be followed by a string of further live dates some of which sees them supporting the Pigeon Detectives. They have several more shows across the UK yet to be announced so stay tuned.
Hares live dates:
24 Sept - London, The Monarch (Single launch party)
04 Oct - London, Koko (Club NME)
31 Oct - Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms (Supporting the Pigeon Detectives)
01 Nov - Folkstone, Quarterhouse (Supporting the Pigeon Detectives)
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