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Francobollo Share Video For Hoo Ha

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Francobollo have shared a video for Hoo Ha.

The single is the quartet's first new offering since the release of their debut album, 'Long Live Life', last year.

Discussing the video, which they directed themselves, the band said:

"We've always enjoyed making our videos together with the remit to never make something boring. Boredom is death. Usually we play around with story, but this time we wanted to take a performance video and see how we could break it in the editing stage. So we had a lot of fun experimenting with green screen and with physically degrading the actual data of the footage frame by frame so that the compressor would get confused. It crashed our computer many times - a process we enjoyed as well. So that made it into the video."

Francobollo are currently working on their sophomore LP and later this week will perform at SXSW in Austin, Texas. They will return to the UK later this month for a release show at Sticky Mike's Frog Bar in Brighton on March 28.

Francobollo Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed March 28 2018 - BRIGHTON Sticky Mikes Frog Bar

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