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Premiere: Young Romantics – Video For ‘Ghost’

Written by Kiel Egging on June 18, 2012

Music Feeds is kicking off your day with the exclusive première of the new clip from Sydney post-punksters Young Romantics.

The band self-produced the 80s-flavoured video for Ghost – and to celebrate its release, they’ll be playing a special show at the Oxford Art Factory on June 28. Supporting the band at the show will be fellow local acts Diamonds To Diamonds and Professor.

Young Romantics list bands such as The Triffids, The Church, and The Birthday Party as their main influences – stating they are “inspired by the golden age of Australian music.”

The band’s debut EP Dark Times is available to download from iTunes now. They are also preparing a new double A-side 7-inch release, which will be out later this year.

Watch Young Romantics’ track Ghost below:

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