Merseyside four piece Sensorites are set to release their newest single 'Fool' on September 10th 2012 on Hollowhole Records.
They have now released the video for the upcoming track which is a rather hilarious take on an otherwise romantic tune. The video opens with an attractive woman (Emmanuelle Claire) in her underwear in bed with the Sensorites vocalist who becomes quickly frustrated when she realises another band member is hiding under the blanket. When the other band members keep cropping up playing their instruments, she throws them out of the room while trying in vain to seduce her lover. She later smashes up the guitars which gives her immense satisfaction. It's perfect for the song which, while having a serious undertone, has a brilliantly upbeat melody; very British sounding with a seriously catchy chorus.
The Sensorites originated as a duo with brothers Nathan and Gareth Kirkham in Liverpool. It wasn't long before drummer Ash Michael and guitarist Kurt Riley were added to their line-up and they began recording in their self-owned studio in the city. Although their sound is pretty unique, they have obvious influences from a variety of indie and pop bands such as The Zutons, Oasis and even their fellow Liverpudlians The Beatles.
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