Following its initial premiere on Daniel P. Carter‘s rock show on BBC Radio 1 last night, Brighton alternative rock trio The Xcerts have now debuted a video to accompany ‘Feels Like Falling Love’, the band’s latest single and their first offering of new material since their 2014 full-length album, ‘There Is Only You’.
The song comes ahead of their surprise set at 2000 Trees Festival this weekend, and is expected to appear on the band’s yet-to-be-titled fourth studio record, more details of which are expected to be revealed over the coming weeks.
You can check out the video for ‘Feels Like Falling In Love’ below:
Speaking about the song and its video, frontman Murray Macleod explains, “‘Feels Like Falling In Love’ is about discovering a pinhole of light in the dark and turning it into the sun! We basically wanted to capture the feeling of the last scene in the Breakfast Club. Throw on your headphones, turn up the volume, punch the air as hard as possible and go live the best life you possibly can.
With the video, we wanted to capture the idea of self imprisonment and the fight between light and dark. We worked with an incredible director named Chris Maguire who had a really strong vision and he has produced a video we are all incredibly proud of. This was the first time we had the budget to make a big, bright, lavish pop video so we really went to town on it.”
More details surrounding the band’s forthcoming album will be confirmed as they develop.
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