Watch Confidence Man unveil ‘Does It Make You Feel Good?’ video, announce UK and Europe tour

Confidence Man unveil ‘Does It Make You Feel Good?’ video, announce UK and Europe tour

The new visuals find us entering Janet Planet and Sugar Bones’ cult-like world.

It’s a known thing by now that Confidence Man bring the party wherever they go. Following the release of their debut LP ‘Confident Music for Confident People’ back in 2018, they’ve spent the last year getting the whole world dancing and now they’re back with new track ‘Does It Make You Feel Good?’ to continue on that trend.

Full of 90s dance beats and disco vibes, the dance floor filling smash comes with an accompanying video that sees Confidence Man’s Janet Planet and Sugar Bones getting involved in some weird cult-like ceremonies. And doing some choreographed dance moves, of course.

The Australian dance-pop band have also just announced some UK and European tour dates, so start learning the dance to recreate IRL at the following:

APRIL

16 – Hebden Bridge, UK – The Trades Club

17 – London, UK– O2 Forum Kentish Town

19 – Utrecht, NL – TivoliVredenburg (Pandora)

20 – Paris, FR– Backstage By The Mill

22 – Bristol, UK– SWX

23 – Manchester, UK– O2 Ritz

25 – Leeds, UK– Brudenell Social Club

26 – Nottingham, UK– Rescue Rooms

27 – Newcastle upon Tyne, UK– The Boiler Shop

28 – Glasgow, UK– SWG3 (TV Studio)

29 – Edinburgh, UK – Liquid Rooms

MAY

01 – Murcia, ES – Murcia Festival

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