Watch: Get Inuit have shared a new video for ‘All My Friends’

Get Inuit have shared a new video for ‘All My Friends’

It features a lot of clowning around from Jamie Glass.

Kent four-piece Get Inuit have shared a video for their brand new single ‘All My Friends’, and anyone with a fear of clowns should probably look away now.

In the clip for the explosive indie number, the band’s Jamie Glass dresses up as a clown, caked in thick make-up, pulling his scariest clown faces in front of the mirror for practice. He then hits the town, proceeding to upset just about everyone who has the misfortune of coming near him.

That basically means that he makes a bunch of kids cry at a kids’ birthday party (poor things), gets into an argument with a couple outside their house, and clowns around various public locations. He also pretends (or does he?) to shoot a pair of suits, causing red bouncy balls to tumble from their bodies.

Watch the video for ‘All My Friends’ below.

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