Video of the Moment #2196: Hooton Tennis Club

By on Friday, 30th September 2016 at 6:00 pm
 

Liverpool slackers Hooton Tennis Club are gearing up to release their sophomore album next month. The follow-up to 2015’s ‘Highest Point in Cliff Town’, ‘Big Box of Chocolates’ will see the light of day on the 21st of October on Heavenly Recordings. ‘Kate-Anne Bellis’, a track taken from the upcoming album, is an ode to real-life ex-flatmate of frontman / guitarist Ryan Murphy. Of the track, he says, “She’d lived in the house for 1 year and 3 months. It’s just a mushy song about moving house and staying in touch”. The actual video that accompanies the track is a throwback to the Flower Power days, with loads of flowers, bright colours and a relaxed guitar vibe. To read more of our coverage on Hooton Tennis Club, including my review of their 2015 debut album that is available now, go here.

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