Watch Mini Mansions share video for ‘Bad Things (That Make You Feel Good)’

Mini Mansions share video for ‘Bad Things (That Make You Feel Good)’

The track is taken from forthcoming album ‘Guy Walks Into A Bar…’

Mini Mansions have shared a video for their track ‘Bad Things (That Make You Feel Good)’.

The song features on the trio’s forthcoming album ‘Guy Walks Into A Bar…’, set for release on 26th July.

The video was directed by Liam Lynch, who says: The ‘Bad Things (That Make You Feel Good)’ Listening Party video came out wanting to do something different and also a bit more fun. One thing that isn’t totally evident by Mini Mansions past videos, is how funny they are. They all have great senses of humour and are constantly joking and laughing and just fun to be around. I thought having a listening party (that they end up talking through) would be a chance to experience them as people rather than just musicians behind instruments. We still get to hear the song but there is another layer of fun added to it that isn’t the typical thing. These guys are fun and don’t take themselves too seriously. I wanted to give them a chance to show that. We had a lot of fun making the video and I’m glad they were up for something weird like this.”

Mini Mansions’ Michael Shuman adds: “You’re invited to possibly the most awkward listening party to date. Sit down, relax, and get uncomfortable with us guys while we listen to our new track “Bad Things (That Make You Feel Good)”. We’ll laugh, we’ll cry, we’ll turn it up loud.”

Watch below.

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