Watch: Weaves clown around in their new ‘Tick’ video

The opener to their ace debut album now has a suitably loopy new video.

Photo: Mike Massaro / DIY.

Their ace, self-titled album is out today, and Weaves have marked the occasion with a swanky new video for ‘Tick’.

The album opener’s new clip sees the band pestering some poor miserable bloke no end. He can’t even go to a party without the dodgily face-painted four-piece following him there, like the weird kid from school who just won’t sod off.

Lo and behold, the band send him fucking loopy, guitarist Morgan Waters explaining to NPR that he “stares into the void, hears our song and experiences a midlife crisis.” Cheers, lads. Doing your bit, then.

Weaves’ excellent debut album is out now via Memphis Industries - they play the following, unmissable UK dates this summer:

20 Nottingham, Rough Trade
21 London, Rough Trade East
22 Bristol, Rise Music
30 Derby, The Venue

01 Bedford, Esquires
02 Aldershot, West End Centre
03 Brighton, Hope and Ruin
04 Guildford, Boileroom
12 Leicester, The Musician
15 Latitude Festival
17 Glasgow, Nice N Sleazy
18 Newcastle, Think Tank
19 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
23 Secret Garden Party

02-04 End of the Road

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