Sugarmen Share Vivid New Video

Sugarmen have released the video for their current single, 'Push Button Age', the latest to be taken from the upcoming album Local Freaks. 

The group have teamed up with director Dominic Foster to bring a "swirling geometric nightmare reality," to life. Described as somewhere between a Warhol painting and a grungy Bond opening, the video reflects the humour and style of the band.

The new album will be released on 6th October, and Sugarmen will be holding a launch party at the Seabright Arms in London on the 5th. Recorded at the famous Parr Street studios, the album was produced by Chris Taylor (Everything Everything, Bill Ryder-Jones, Hooton Tennis Club).

After spending the last few years on tour with names such as Blur, The Who and The Jesus and Mary Chain, the group have made a name for themselves and have been championed by Radio 1's Huw Stephens. 

See the video for 'Push Button Age' below.

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