Scottish four-piece The Dirty Blonde have unleashed a video for their new single 'Goodbye: Tiny Fractures', which was released in June 2015 through Two States Recordings.
The video features a young blonde woman leaving her flat, as various band members take to the street. In between cuts, there's footage of the band performing at a small venue. It's simplistic with a retro edge, and works will with the classic-style song which is awash with cheery, frenetic guitars backed with vocal drones which add a touch of melancholy.
The band; who are lead singer Danny, bassist Paddy Gallagher, drummer Dean Canale and guitarist David Rybacki; all met in their neighbourhood in Glasgow and became united by their shared love of making music - despite the fact that they still managed to get sent out of music classes. The new single was recorded at Shady Lane Studios with the help of producer Chris McCrory.
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