Froth lark about on tour with new ‘Sensitive Girl’ video

Catch the band on the road this June.
Froth have released a new video for their track ‘Sensitive Girl’ – watch the band’s retro stylings and nostalgia-inducing clips below, first on Dork. It’s the latest track from the band’s new album ‘OUTSIDE (briefly), released 24th February via Wichita Recordings.

“The video is made of super 8 tour footage we shot around South Africa and Europe,” explains bassist Jeremy Katz. “We borrowed a friends camera and bought 4 rolls of day light film, and then remembered that 90% of days on tour are spent in the van which can be boring for a film. So we tried to have as much fun as we could for the 20 minutes in between getting out of the van and loading in and that’s where most of the footage comes from.

Singer/guitarist Joojoo Ashworth adds: “I like the video a lot because we don’t really make music that you would think ‘oh these guys are silly and have a sense of humor’ but we’re pretty average silly guys and you can kind of see that in the video. Especially with Cameron [Allen, drummer].”

The group are off on tour this spring, with a number of dates throughout June including a night at The Lexington in London, and an appearance at The Great Escape, too. Find their full list of shows after the jump.

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