Cardiff trio We're No Heroes have just unveiled a video for their brand new single 'Voodoo', out now on Spiral Icon records, as they continue to party on the UK festival circuit ahead of the release of their next song 'Stay Weird'.
The video sees various people looking catatonic with boredom as they undertake everyday activities such as working in an office, buying groceries and delivering mail, before finding themselves overcome with the urge to dance to this upbeat, harmony-fuelled rock anthem. The groove laden guitars and catchy chorus give it that perfect summer sound that could truly take you away from the mundane tasks of day-to-day life.
The band; who are vocalist and guitarist Tom Collins, drummer Luke Llewellyn and bassist Michael Owen; are childhood friends who formed as a band in a Chicago studio. Since then they've shared the stage with the likes of Public Service Broadcast, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Future Of The Left, and continue to entertain fans with epic festival shows across the summer - hitting Four Bars at Dempseys on August 9th 2015 for the Fizzi Sundays event also featuring Tree Of Wolves, Nanook of the North, Hehfu and Shiny Tiger. Their next single 'Stay Weird' is set for release in September.
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