Watch the stop-motion video for SHELF LIVES’ new single ‘I Don’t Think I’ll Go Out Today’

It's the final preview of their debut mini-album 'Yes, offence'.

South London duo SHELF LIVES have released a new track, ‘I Don’t Think I’ll Go Out Today’.

The final preview of their upcoming debut mini-album ‘Yes, offence’ – set for release on 28th April via Not Sorry Mom Records – it comes alongside a stop-motion video directed by Ben Pollard.

Discussing the new single, vocalist Sabrina explains: “Straight up, this track does what it says on the tin. The last couple years have been a bit of a Pandora’s box for most people. We all learned a thing or two about the World and how we live in it but with that comes judgement and sometimes even self-righteousness. We wanted to convey not only a mental health issue but also its corresponding social issue that may seem trivial on the surface but in actuality is usually just scratching the surface. We kept it building to an intensity and release in an attempt to emulate the actual thought pattern of someone in that situation but we kept it simple. Everyone ‘deals’ differently, therefore everyone will individually pick up exactly what they need from the track.”

You can check out the video for ‘I Don’t Think I’ll Go Out Today’ below.

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