Watch: Pumarosa go mobile in their video for ‘My Gruesome Loving Friend’

Pumarosa go mobile in their video for ‘My Gruesome Loving Friend’

Spend a day with the band in their DIY clip.

Back in May, Pumarosa released their ace debut album ‘The Witch’.

They’re now back with a DIY video for one of its tracks, ‘My Gruesome Loving Friend’. It’s a chance to spend a day with the band as they film their adventures on their phones, either by hand or with selfie sticks. They take a short road trip, have a lark in the park and a spin on a roundabout, and hang around some pylons (not too close mind, we’ve all seen those safety awareness videos…)

The band posted the video to their Facebook page, where they said: “It was a day spent with our phones and each other. Thanks so much to Kitty who came with us, and who is actually the original Gruesome Loving Friend who I’m singing about. And thanks to Luke”.

In November, Pumarosa will be heading out on a UK and Ireland tour, which kicks off in Dublin and takes them just about everywhere until they round it all off in London in December. Tickets are on sale now.

A little earlier in the year, we travelled inside the lion’s den to talk to Pumarosa all about ‘The Witch’. Catch up here.

Watch the video for ‘My Gruesome Loving Friend’ and see Pumarosa’s upcoming UK and Ireland tour dates below.

NOVEMBER
24 Dublin, Workmans Club
26 Brighton, Patterns
27 Oxford, Bullingdon
28 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
30 Newcastle, Cluny

DECEMBER
01 Manchester, Gorilla
02 Glasgow, King Tuts
04 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
05 Bristol, Thekla
06 London, Electric Brixton

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