THE BATS RELEASE VIDEO FOR ‘NO TRACE’ FROM 'THE DEEP SET

THE BATS RELEASE VIDEO FOR ‘NO TRACE’ FROM 'THE DEEP SET

Following on from the recent release of album number nine, The Deep Set - The Bats have unveiled their latest video for chiming summer single ‘No Trace’.

The video is a heartwarming Scooby-Doo styled game of hide and seek, following a group of children around a rambling house on a scorching summer’s day. Directed by Andrei Talili and shot by Scott Jackson, the video beautifully visualises the band’s trademark jangle and bounce and charmingly echoes Robert Scott’s lyrics of landscape and longing - ‘lost in the street / trying to meet / someone to try and help me / faces around look to the ground / wondering what might be’. A blend of planned shots and spontaneous following, it’s a romantic walkabout around the Christchurch house sure to evoke a nostalgic fuzz in the most adult of eyes. The video’s youthful talent appear delighted in each other’s company; the game punctuated by joyous air guitar sessions and culminating in a fort hangout worthy of Little Rascals.   

The Deep Set is out now on Flying Nun.

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