STONE take inspiration from Rocky for their new ‘Left Right Forward’ video

"We loved the idea of playing off of the idea of a Rocky-style training montage," they explain.
Photo Credit: Isaac Lamb

Liverpool newcomers STONE have dropped a video for their new single, ‘Left Right Forward’.

Out now on Polydor Records, the track follows recent single ‘I Let Go’, and the release of their debut EP ‘Punkadonk’, which arrived late last year.

The band say of the clip: “The ‘Left Right Forward’ video is for sure one of our favourite music videos we’ve ever done. The director Abigail Wilson was amazing to work with as well as the crew.

“We loved the idea of playing off of the idea of a Rocky-style training montage and subverting that with the whole arcade dance machine in such a fun way that didn’t take itself too seriously (much like the song itself).

“The supporting actors Anthony and Joe put in such a great job and carried through so much personality and provided some of our favourite shots. This was such a fun shoot and we were very proud of how it turned out.

“Also a big shoutout to Gill and his beautiful BMW E30 which was a dream to drive and shoot in.”

Check it out below.

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