Watch slowthai shares new video for ‘Toaster’

slowthai shares new video for ‘Toaster’

And ICYMI, he’s got himself shortlisted for this year’s Hyundai Mercury Prize, natch.

It’s been a busy day for slowthai: not only did he get shortlisted for this year’s Hyundai Mercury Prize - and have a bit of a chat with us about it - but he’s also shared a new video.

The clip for ‘Nothing Great About Britain’ cut ‘Toaster’ sees slowthai returning to his roots, where he visits his mum’s first home in Northampton.

The video lands ahead of his series of UK tour dates later this year, which include a hefty run alongside, er, Liam Gallagher, obviously.

Check out his upcoming tour dates and watch the video for ‘Toaster’ below.

OCTOBER
13 Newcastle University, Newcastle
14 SWG, Glasgow
16 Manchester Academy, Manchester
17 Bristol O2 Academy, Bristol
18 Brixton O2 Academy, London

NOVEMBER (w/ Liam Gallagher)
11 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena - Cardiff
12 Arena Birmingham - Birmingham
14 P&J Live - Aberdeen
15 SSE Hydro - Glasgow
17 Utilita Arena - Newcastle Upon Tyne
18 FlyDSA Arena - Sheffield
20 Manchester Arena - Manchester
21 M&S Bank Arena - Liverpool
23 3Arena - Dublin, Ireland
24 3Arena - Dublin, Ireland
26 Motorpoint Arena Nottingham - Nottingham
28 The O2 - London
29 The O2 - London

slowthai has been shortlisted for the 2019 Hyundai Mercury Prize. For more information on this year’s Prize, head to mercuryprize.hyundai.co.uk.

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