Intense new clip...
Post War Glamour Girls

A fun, frenetic live experience, Post War Glamour Girls do have their intense moments.

Debut album 'Pink Fur' dropped earlier this year, a vivid mixture of raw post-punk riffs and glamorous (obviously) pop flourishes.

Upcoming single 'Little Land' is a neat point of introduction for new fans. Just under four minutes of powerful, pummelling songwriting, it's as direct as Post War Glamour Girls have ever been.

Given the video treatment, the clip matches the intensity of the song itself. Opening with a young girl clasping a golden egg, she rapidly faces a battle for survival.

Director Grant K Fennell explains: "The concept takes inspiration from contemporary political tensions between the rich and the poor. The water pistol is a nod to the current debate over the use of high-powered water cannons as riot control in UK. But mostly it is a series of images inspired by the tone of the song and its powerful lyrics about violence and freedom, with visual references to films such as ‘Nosferatu’ and ‘Enter The Void’."

Watch it now.

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Post War Glamour Girls have also confirmed the following shows:

2 London Old Blue Last
4 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
5 Wakefield The Hop

26 Leeds Gold Sounds Festival w/Sky Larkin (Brudenell Social Club)

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