Croydon based duo Frauds have just released a video for ‘Putin’s Day Off’, the latest in a string of single releases that follow their 2017 debut album, ‘With Morning Toast & Jam & Juice’.
This is what guitarist/vocalist Mikey Alvarez has to say about the song and its meaning.
“‘Putin’s Day Off’ is a song about perception. Do you believe that Vladimir Putin killed a bear with his hands? Do you believe that Kim Jong-um climbed a mountain in a suit without breaking a sweat? Do you believe that the things you do and care about are important? Maybe they’re important or real if you believe them to be… and not if you don’t.”
You can stream and watch the video for ‘Putin’s Day Off’ below.
At the time of writing, it’s uncertain whether or not this song will later feature on a yet-to-be-announced EP or full-length record.