LOVE SICK share self-shot video for new single ‘What I’d Do’

LOVE SICK share self-shot video for new single ‘What I’d Do’
Scottish duo LOVE SICK have just unveiled the self-shot video for their brand new single What I'd Do, their biggest and boldest track to date. It follows their debut single Bullet and follow-up earworm HOPE.

Self-directed and film on a 980s Panasonic m5 VHS camera, the clip follows Shaun and Julie around Glasgow as a love letter to returning to their hometown to write and make music following a year living in London. It celebrates the musical history of the city, which is also home to Boards of Canada, CHVRCHES, Mogwai, Young Fathers, etc. The quick pace editing of the clip channels the energy and intensity that the song’s lyrics refer to. Watch it below!

Both Scottish born and bred – Shaun in Glasgow, and Julie in Stirling - the pair first met whist working for the same life insurance call centre, albeit in their respective cities. Their first meeting occurred at their work’s Christmas party when Julie drunkenly let slip she had always wanted to be a singer. Under a second wave of cosmic happenstance, they then bumped into each other again a few weeks later at a Glasgow train station and the rest, as they say, is history.

See full tour dates below

Wed 25 April Tunnels, Aberdeen
Thur 26 April The Drouthy Cobbler, Elgin
Fri 27 April Madhatters, Inverness
Sat 28 April The Arch Inn, Ullapool
Sun 29 April Clarks, Dundee
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