On their debut track ‘All My Love’, Trudy sound like they’re stumbling into greatness. A purring falsetto leads the way through a song produced by Spring King’s Tarek Musa. Throughout, the Leeds group sound as if they’ve just crashed a private party, drunkenly negotiating their way to a free round of drinks.
Boozy but charming (instead of overtly laddish, like Jack Wilshere with a 16-25 bus pass), it’s a song that thrives on being shambolic. Thankfully this is a feeling that threads through to their first ever video, which sees the band dressing as ghosts and parading through city streets without a care in the world. Creeping out pedestrians or playing guitars with berserk gusto - however spontaneous they’re feeling, Trudy look like an outfit on the charm offensive.
We’ve got the first play of ‘All My Love’’s video below. Grab the single on iTunes.
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