Watch: Sløtface share homemade video for ‘Pitted’

Sløtface share homemade video for ‘Pitted’

The latest single is taken from the band’s upcoming debut album ‘Try Not To Freak Out’.

Sløtface’s videos are always a delight. Whether it’s vocalist Haley putting on a pretty amazing makeup tutorial in their ‘Magazine’ clip, or the animated video for ‘Nancy Drew’, they always pull it out of the bag.

Their new clip for brilliant recent single ‘Pitted’ is a homemade trip through a drunken stupor, much like the track itself. There’s also a pretty incredible moment where 3/4 of Sløtface end up stacking it while stood up on chairs, taking each other with them. Haley’s still standing though, props.

Speaking about the new clip in a press release, bassist Lasse Lokøy says: ”Many of our adventures as a band are mentioned in the lyrics of ‘Pitted’. It seemed natural to make a video about these adventures. And after being a band in five years we have a lot of stupid footage on our cellphones of each other doing stupid stuff. So why not share it with everyone? Also we felt like the lo-fi footage sits well with the vibe of the song.”

The band are set to head out on a huge UK tour later this year in support of ‘Try Not To Freak Out’. View the dates and watch the ‘Pitted’ video below.


28 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth
29 Actress & Bishop, Birmingham
30 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds


01 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
03 The Basement, York
04 The New Adelphi, Hull
05 The Venue, Derby
06 The Picture House Social, Sheffield
07 Think Tank, Newcastle
09 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
10 Broadcast, Glasgow
12 The Magnet, Liverpool
13 KU, Stockton
16 Bodega, Nottingham
17 The Cookie, Leicester
18 The Joiners, Southampton
19 The Underground, Plymouth
20 The Louisiana, Bristol
21 The Purple Turtle, Reading
24 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
25 Camden Assembly, London
26 The Cellar, Oxford

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