Marsicans have released a new video for their single, ‘Sunday’

The clip was originally going to be filmed at SXSW, featuring "a convertible and a 20-inch pizza".

Marsicans have shared a new video for their single, ‘Sunday’.

The clip arrives a few days after the band announced they’re delaying the release of their imminent debut album – ‘Ursa Major’ was originally due for release on 22nd May via Killing Moon, but now it’s coming on 14th August instead.

Guitarist Oliver Jameson explains the concept behind the video: “We were supposed to be playing South By Southwest (SXSW) in Texas earlier this month and we planned to shoot a fun video for ‘Sunday’ while we were there, featuring a convertible and a 20-inch pizza.

“Like many other things right now, it got cancelled so we’ve put a pin in that idea. We know for us and many people, live music and the atmosphere of gigs is such a big part of our lives.

“So we thought, because we don’t know when we’ll next be playing to a room of people, it might be good for this video for us to share footage of a fun show we played at Leeds University Union at the end of last year. Hopefully it’s something we can all look forward to getting back to in the near future.”

Give it a watch below.

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