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Dama Scout Unveil Video For Toothache

Tuesday, 30 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Dama Scout have posted a video for Toothache.

The song features on their self-titled debut EP, which was released in November through Hand in Hive. The video, meanwhile, arrives ahead of the band's debut headline show at the Waiting Room in London tomorrow.

Speaking about it, they said:

"We have developed a through line where each of our videos will call back to the previous one, fragments here and there that build a sense of something phantasmagorical. In the video for ‘Toothache’ we took this further, solely experimenting with recycled footage. The result is something like a discarded VHS of weird late-night TV. There is some rudimentary animation, collage and glitch art. As with the song - the video came together naturally without overthought."

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Wed January 31 2018 - LONDON Waiting Room

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