Nottingham-based four-piece Do Nothing have shared new single ‘Amoeba’ taken from their debut album, ‘Snake Sideways’ which will be shared with the world on the 30th of June. The release is accompanied by the horror film-inspired video for ‘Amoeba’, which was directed by Clump Collective.
Speaking about ‘Amoeba’, the band’s vocalist said: “As far as I remember, ‘Amoeba’ is about my girlfriend leaving the house to go to work and be useful, and me laying on the sofa feeling dumb and watching annoying news on TV. It muses about how the media decides what we all care about on a two week rotation – sometimes it feels like we all get angry about something for a few weeks until the TV/internet decides it’s time for us to think about something else. It’s also about the fact that making music can often feel pretty unimportant; some folks are firefighters while I spend all my time massaging my own ego.”
Watch the video for ‘Amoeba’ here.
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