VIDEO PREMIERE: BAT-BIKE - TRAPPED IN THE NET

Stoned, downer folk from South London's finest

VIDEO PREMIERE: BAT-BIKE - TRAPPED IN THE NET

Stoned, downer folk from South London's finest

It's summer and the weather is shite. What better way to descend into July gloom than embracing the stoned, downer folk of Bat-Bike's Trapped in the Net. A b-side that nearly disappeared into the ether, the track was recorded during the sessions that led to the South London garage band's Getting Back album - now it's getting the attention it deserves with a beautiful video shot on a heat sensitive camera. A departure from their more ramshackle punk, this is possibly our favourite release from the band, and points to a depth that bodes well for the album - 

FACT FANS! Josh from the band has told us that "the trumpet in the track is a friend of mine Jake Stoddart from the band dont problem- we used to be in a duo called Shrink Rat together before bat-bike..." We think the trumpet sounds great. More trumpet! 

The full Bat-Bike album is gonna be available on their Bandcamp - check it out over here 

 

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