Words: Linn Branson
Taken from their ‘Dirty Knees’ EP - self-released today (March 23) - Sheffield's The Wired have also dropped their visual component to lead single, ‘Stay Here’.
Aired by Huw Stephens in Radio One, and on the Radio X playlist, the indie-rock ‘n' rollers' 'Stay Here', a synthy, pop-driven number, is, says vocalist Caleb, "about a time when I thought the band was no more and I was pretty unsure on what the future would hold."
He probably doesn't need to worry too much on that score. Seemingly having a bundle of fun in the track's video, which Little Indie is pleased to premiere here.
Directed by Make Noise Studios and shot in Manchester, London and Sheffield last December, it is says Caleb, "basically a tour diary of our mini-tour with This Feeling at the back end of last year. It's us acting like idiots with our mates on the road without a care in the world!"
Could be worst jobs.
06 Sheffield, Record Junkee SOLD OUT
21 London, The Cellar
05 Paris, Truskel Microclub
06 Liverpool Sound City
12 Newcastle, Think Tank
17 Brighton The Great Escape
21 Manchester, Jimmys
30 Cardiff, The Moon
02 Mosborough Festival
30 Sheffield, Yellow Arch
The Wired are: Caleb Smelt (vocals, guitar), Jacob Beaumont (lead guitar, backing vocals), Richard May (bass), Max Smith (drums)
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