A gritty clip, the video perfectly complements the angry, vicious track, the flipside to new single ‘Cold Wash’.
Given they’re currently on tour, it seems like a good time to revisit Estrons’ ode to their favourite service station, Gloucester Farm.
“Posing as a farm shop, but seemingly nowhere near a farm, Gloucester Services’ outside walls are completely immersed in living grass which makes its £7 sandwich price tags seem all the more natural. Inside, all the Saskias and Harriets of the middle class mill around hot meal stands aimlessly, almost treating the visit as a holiday in itself. Not a place for filthy musicians.
“I [Tali] then realised that this “sustainably sourced” and supposedly original service station was in fact a chain. But I never told the guys about this. I like to keep up the morale. Just like a bad boyfriend, Gloucester Farm Services, we know you’re full of shit…but we’ll be back.”
Watch the ‘Glasgow Kisses’ video and view the band’s remaining tour dates below.
06 Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge
07 Manchester, Neighbourhood Festival
02 Barcelona, Razzclub
09 Dec Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
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