Check out Pip Blom’s new video for ‘You Don’t Want This’

You know, if you want it. Up to you.

Amsterdam indie types Pip Blom have shared a video for ‘You Don’t Want This’.

The latest track to arrive from their forthcoming second album ‘Welcome Break’ – set for release on 8th October 2021 – you can check it out below.

Talking about the video, director Sara Elzinga said: “When I first heard You Don’t Want This, I recognized the feeling of self-consciousness; knowing that people have a certain way of looking at you, that does not necessarily comply with the image you have of yourself. The concept of a Matryoshka doll then stuck in my head, having these multiple versions of yourself that are hidden at first. The set reminds us of a dollhouse, of someone who is so comfortable in their own scenery, they forget to look at the world outside of the room. Though rather than making a music video about anxiety, I wanted the video to be about self-acceptance. Smiling back at yourself, instead of constantly criticizing which is something people tend to do.”

The band will be hitting the road plenty of times over the coming months, with two UK runs already announced. You can catch them at:

September 2021
11 Independent – SUNDERLAND
12 TRNSMT Festival – GLASGOW
13 Underground Music Society – BARROW IN FURNESS
14 The Ferret – PRESTON
16 Sugarmill – STOKE
17 Crescent – YORK
18 Smokehouse – IPSWICH
19 Le Pub – NEWPORT
20 Face Bar – READING
23 Firebug – LEICESTER
24 The Loft – SOUTHAMPTON
27 Dick Whittington – GLOUCESTER
28 Waterfront Studio – NORWICH
29 Portland Arms – CAMBRIDGE
30 Ramsgate Music Hall – RAMSGATE

February 2022
07 St Lukes – GLASGOW
08 Cluny – NEWCASTLE
09 Academy 3 – MANCHESTER
11 Academy 2 – DUBLIN
12 Rescue Rooms – NOTTINGHAM
14 Trinty Centre – BRISTOL
15 Concorde 2 – BRIGHTON
16 Electric Ballroom – LONDON

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