Dressed in the signature all-pink look, South London’s Tiña have shared the video for ‘Dip’.
“There’s a good shot of me running in my pink shorts and cowboy hat, nothing else, to the middle of Westminster Bridge with a microphone,” frontman Joshua Loftin says. “It took about a minute for the police to come and tell me to get out of the road. Tourists were taking pictures and cyclists were shouting ‘go on, son!’”
The vid accompanies the release of their second single via Speedy Wunderground. “Even in my state of anxiety and paranoia working with Dan is so fun and beautiful,” Joshua says. “His daughter’s dog is called Feta, and she makes you feel good to hold. I believe Dan has meditated all his life and he just pops into the studio to record before returning to his world of peace.”
Watch the new video for ‘Dip’ below.
See Tiña live at the following dates.
08 - Bristol, The Louisiana, supporting Katy J Pearson
02 - Edinburgh, Sneaky Petes, Stag & Dagger Festival
05 - Manchester, Yes Club, Headline
15 - The Great Escape
16 - Leeds, Gold Sounds Festival
24 - France - Midi Festival
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