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Cold War Kids Release Video Clip For New Single ‘Lost That Easy’

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 4, 2013

With just days to go before they kick off their upcoming stint Down Under, Cold War Kids have released the video feature for their latest single, Lost The Easy. The indie rockers will be in town super soon as part of Splendour In The Grass with their own run of sideshows.

The band have kept things simple, but still trippy for their new video clip, which is a good mix of performance, close ups and projections of dancing girls, though unlike JT’s clip earlier today, this one is totally SFW. The track sees the band flexing their ‘rock’ muscle and leaving it to the guitars and drums to do most of the heavy lifting with those epic vocals drifting over the top.

Lost That Easy is featured on CWK’s latest full-length album Dear Miss Lonelyhearts. The record was released back in March so you have no excuse for not learning all the lyrics in time for the tour. If not, why not stream the whole thing right here.

Watch: Cold War Kids – Lost That Easy

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