Watch: Tellison unveil ‘Wrecker’ video and new tour dates

Tellison unveil ‘Wrecker’ video and new tour dates

The single’s coming out on a bowling shirt. Because of course it is.

Fresh from the release of their third full-length and a victory lap across the country, Tellison have unveiled yet more tour dates, alongside a video for new single ‘Wrecker’.

The dark clip sees the band lost in the woods and subjected to some pretty grim attacks. One of them is clubbed round the head by a man in a giant bunny costume, so there’s that.

In addition, the band are due to release ‘Wrecker’ as a single on December 11th alongside all-new b-side ‘Black Rhyme’. Those who were quick enough this afternoon will have managed to nab the record on a bowling shirt too, because this is Alcopop! Records and they’re completely batshit. They’re sold out already, mind, cause there were only four.

Those aforementioned tour dated are set to take place in March and April of next year - the full run is as follows;

MARCH
27 Leeds, The Wardrobe
28 Cambridge, The Portland Arms
29 Glasgow, Bloc
30 Edinburgh, The Mash House
31 Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge

APRIL
01 Manchester, Sound Control
02 Bedford, Esquires
03 Bristol, Stag & Hounds
06 Oxford, The Wheatsheaf
07 London, The Garage

Check out the clip for ‘Wrecker’ below.

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