Do Nothing share ‘Contraband’ video

Filmed in frontman Chris Bailey’s back garden during self-isolation.

Following the release of their debut EP ‘Zero Dollar Bill’, Nottingham’s Do Nothing have shared the video for ‘Contraband’.

“It talks about the time that Kasper our guitarist was hospitalised after taking something that was cut with fentanyl,” Chris Bailey told us of the song’s origins. “It’s about the sort of person you have to be to throw a load of fentanyl into the drugs that you sell in order to save/make more money, knowing that it’ll almost certainly harm somebody big time. On the other hand, it’s also about the very well documented dangers of messing around with such substances in the first place!”

Unveiling the visuals today, the new video sees frontman Chris in his back garden during self-isolation, and was filmed by housemate Rob Milton. “We had a nice professional video planned,” Chris adds, “but then lockdown happened so we did this instead.”

Watch the new vid below.

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