Do Nothing’s new single ‘Moving Target’ is about feeling a bit tired

It's the latest cut from the band's upcoming debut album, due in June.

Do Nothing have shared a new single and video, ‘Moving Target’.

It’s the latest cut from their upcoming debut album ‘Snake Sideways’, set for release on 30th June and accompanied by their biggest headline shows to date, including London’s KOKO on 6th October.

Vocalist Chris Bailey says of the new drop: “I’d say that this one distils some of the album’s more gloomy themes into a nice little song about being tired and run down. It’s also sort of about feeling small in a big world, and wondering how you could possibly relate to it. For the video, I thought it’d be fun to strap a GoPro to myself for a month and see whether the footage could be made into something. I felt weird walking around with it, but I actually quite like watching it back now as a little time capsule thing. During the editing I definitely noticed that smiley positive moments actually made for the best footage, which made me feel nice and uncynical.”

Check it out below.

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