Watch Mini Mansions get Saturday Night Fever in new video for ‘GummyBear’

Mini Mansions get Saturday Night Fever in new video for ‘GummyBear’

The band’s new album is due out in July.

Mini Mansions - the Los Angeles band comprising members of Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys and The Last Shadow Puppets - have shared a new video for ‘GummyBear’.”

“We made a video for new single GummyBear with our friend and comedic legend, Liam Lynch,” the band’s Michael Shuman explains. “Inspired by Saturday Night Fever and the classic videos of the early 2000’s, we created some serious visual eye candy for a song that sonically tastes the same. Pun intended.”

The band - whose last release was their EP ‘Works Every Time’ last September - are currently preparing to release new album ‘Guy Walks Into A Bar…’ on 26th July.

The record features a guest spot from The Kills’ Alison Mosshart on ‘Hey Lover’. The full track listing is:

1. Should Be Dancing
2. Bad Things (That Make You Feel Good)
3. Don’t Even Know You
4. Forgot Your Name
5. I’m In Love
6. Time Machine
7. Works Every Time
8. Living In The Future
9. GummyBear
10. Hey Lover
11. Tears In Her Eyes

The band tour the UK and Ireland this May.

MAY
4 Live at Leeds
5 Hit The North
6 Glasgow King Tut’s
8 Dublin Whelan’s
9 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
11 The Great Escape
12 Southampton Joiners
13 Exeter Cavern
14 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
16 Bedford Esquires
17 Cambridge Portland Arms
18 Norwich Waterfront Studio
20 Sheffield Picturehouse Social
21 Tunbridge Wells Forum
22 London Islington Assembly Hall
23 Liverpool District

Watch the video for ‘GummyBear’ below.

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