Folly Group have released a fancy new interactive video for their EP title-track

Their debut EP 'Awake and Hungry' is due in June.
Photo credit: Josh Taylor-Moon

Folly Group have shared a new video for the title-track of their upcoming EP.

Following on from ‘Four Wheel Drive’ and ‘Sand Fight’, it’s a cut from the London band’s debut EP ‘Awake And Hungry’, set for release on 11th June via So Young Records.

They explain of the track: “‘Awake and Hungry’ was written in the thick of lockdown number one, when members of Folly Group were living on top of each other in a small house that was rat-infested and falling apart. It’s an attempt to articulate how it feels to have no choice but to remain inside a building that seems as if it actively rejects your presence, and simply does not want you there.”

Of the clip, they add: “[It] was made with no intention other than to visually represent the mood the song attempts to capture. The viewer/player trudges through dark, soupy air, finding ways to transport themselves elsewhere, only to end up more trapped than when they started.”

Give it a watch below – the interactive version is at – and catch the band on tour this summer, and then supporting Do Nothing in September and October.

Folly Group will play:

23 Hope and Ruin, Brighton (socially distanced)
24 YES, Manchester (socially distanced)
25 Moth Club, London (socially distanced)

23 Joiners, Southampton (w/ Do Nothing)
24 Boileroom, Guildford (w/ Do Nothing)
25 Dot To Dot Festival, Bristol
26 Dot To Dot Festival, Nottingham
28 Hope and Ruin, Brighton (w/ Do Nothing)
29 Islington Assembly Hall, London (w/ Do Nothing)
30 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (w/ Do Nothing)

1 Bullingdon, Oxford (w/ Do Nothing)
2 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (w/ Do Nothing)
4 Louisiana, Bristol (w/ Do Nothing)
5 Hare and Hounds, Birmingham (w/ Do Nothing)
6 Phase One, Liverpool (w/ Do Nothing)
9 King Tuts, Glasgow (w/ Do Nothing)
10 Mash House, Edinburgh (w/ Do Nothing)
11 Think Tank, Newcastle (w/ Do Nothing)
13 YES, Manchester (w/ Do Nothing)
14 Record Junkee, Sheffield (w/ Do Nothing)
29 Georgian Theatre, Stockton (w/ Do Nothing)
31 Lancaster Library (w/ Do Nothing)

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