Circa Waves are inspired by cult films in their new video for ‘Movies’

FFO Wayne's World and Thelma and Louise.

Circa Waves have released a new video for their track ‘Movies’.

It’s the latest single from their brand new album ‘What’s It Like Over There?’, out on 5th April, with the clip taking inspiration from classic films like Wayne’s World and Thelma and Louise.

Speaking of the video, frontman Kieran Shudall comments: “The Movies video was about us having fun, essentially spending all our filming budget on a dressing up box. Whilst doubling up as a showreel for when we all individually want to break into Hollywood. It is a homage to the Movies we’ve loved growing up. I thought to dress up as Louise would be me putting myself out of my comfort zone, but I’ve never felt more at home. Its a video that celebrates Film and not taking this music biz too fucking serious.”

The band will also hit the road this April for dates in Oxford, Nottingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, London and Newcastle.

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