Do Nothing have unveiled a video for their recent single ‘Glueland’

It's inspired by Citizen Kane, dontcha know?

Do Nothing have unveiled a video for their recent single ‘Glueland’.

Released via their own label Exact Truth earlier this month, the clip’s director Joe Wheatley explains: “As a native of Nottingham it was great to connect with a local band that are making genuinely interesting music. Chris explained the rationale of the album art with references to Citizen Kane’s Xanadu and the concept developed from there. Fast forward and we had 400 cardboard boxes to deal with.”

“The song refers to the feeling of being stuck in some kind of weird limbo-land,” Do Nothing’s Chris Bailey adds. “It’s about how rather than being dictated by wild or dramatic decisions, a lot of things (both good and bad) are controlled by this sort of lame jockeying that happens right in the grey dull middle ground of everything. That being said, it’s a fun song and we hope you like it.”

We do like it, Chris. It’s great. Well done you.

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

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