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Col3trane Shares Double Video For Fear And Loathing And Britney

Tuesday, 07 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Col3trane has released a double video for new singles Fear and Loathing and Britney, directed by Oscar Hudson.

After releasing his debut mixtape 'Tsarina' late last year, the London experimental pop artist is now gearing up to release his 'BOOT (Breathing Out Of Time)' tape, which is out on August 17 via TaP/Interscope and features production from Rogét Chahayed, DJDS, Nicky Davey and Cadenza. Discussing the thought process behind the back-to-back video, Col3trane said:

"I always wanted to make a double video for Fear and Loathing and Britney. The acid reference is an obvious nod to Hunter S. Thompson but it was Oscar’s idea for me and the other guy to turn up in each other’s trips. Oscar is an amazing talent to work with. The song is about being stuck in a loop that you can’t get out of and he really brought that to life with the visual."

In October, Col3trane heads out on a full UK and European tour, with a homecoming London show at Village Underground. Tickets are on sale now.

Col3trane Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Tue October 02 2018 - LEEDS Belgrave Music Hall
Wed October 03 2018 - MANCHESTER Night People
Thu October 04 2018 - BRISTOL Exchange
Sat October 06 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Castle & Falcon
Mon October 08 2018 - LONDON Village Underground

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