See: Beach Riot Reveal 8-Bit Game Inspired Video For Single ‘Wrong Impression’

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Brighton fuzz pop quartet Beach Riot are currently bunkered down in the studio working on a body of new material (their first since the 2018 Beach Riot EP), the band share the video for their new single ‘Wrong Impression’

Inspired by the 8-bit computer games of the ‘80s and ‘90s, the video for the single follows the band’s previously released Instagram filter arcade game, with the aim being to use face movement to fly a spaceship through a minefield of waving cats (obviously), whilst an instrumental of the song’s thunderous intro plays in the background. 

To play along, search “CATNIP 3000” on Instagram filters. 

Fuzzy, bright and fast paced theres so much joy in Beach Riot’s music. upbeat verses are joined by cymbal crashing choruses and as their name suggest a musical riot to finish.

Check it out, here

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