Coach Party take aim at the creeps with their vitriolic new banger ‘FLAG (Feel Like A Girl)’

It comes ahead of their huge 24-date UK tour, which kicks off this week.
Photo credit: Martyna Wisniewska

Future indie titans Coach Party are continuing their charge to the top, with a brand new single, ‘FLAG’ – or (‘Feel Like A Girl’).

Streamimg now via Chess Club Records, it comes ahead of the Isle of Wight four-pieces huge 24-date UK tour, which kicks off later this week at Leeds’ Hyde Park Book Club.

The band’s Jess Eastwood explains: “‘FLAG’ is a song for those who know what it’s like to feel unsafe, objectified or hurt by someone. It’s an intense anger where you just want to see that person suffer as much as they made you suffer. It takes you to the point where you’ll do anything to protect the people around you from this person, whether you know them or not. Look out for your mates.”

The track arrives alongside a rather impressive Dan Broadley directed video.

Speaking about the clip, the band say: “‘FLAG’ is our ode to out of date scum buckets who hold on to a dangerously distorted set of morals (or lack of), and who should be dealt with firmly. The song speaks for itself, but, for us, Dan’s concept and vision for the storyline further strengthens the important, relevant and aggressive message of the song. And it was sick to dress up like Jane Austen stuff.”

“We always have a lot of fun making videos, and with this one we’re stoked to have been able to get out of our comfort zone and push some boundaries. You can catch Jess in the new season of Upton Manor.”

You can check out the video for ‘FLAG’ below.

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