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Watch: British India Sweat It Out In New Clip ‘Summer Forgive Me’

Written by Mike Hohnen on March 8, 2013

Still with time to kill before the official release date of their brand-new album, British India have treated fans to the second single from the record, and for even more value-added goodness, Summer Forgive Me comes with a video feature that will leave you short of breath just watching.

Though peppered with footage from memories of some long-lost summer of yesteryear, the clip for Summer Forgive Me manages to perfectly capture the live energy of the band, something that’s often lost in the translation from stage to film. Their indie swag swings through as they bust out their killer moves during the track, resulting in some real sweaty dudes.

From what we’ve heard so far off the new record, Controller (out Friday, 22nd March), the British India boys have retained that very familiar guitar tone. The band haven’t ventured too far from the trail they blazed with their previous 3 albums, but hey – if you’re onto a good thing, why mess it up?

By the sounds of things, Controller is going to be a very insane live experience. You’ll be able to find out first-hand at one of their many forthcoming live performances, listed below the video.

Watch: British India – ‘Summer Forgive Me’


British India – Australian Tour Dates

Saturday, 23rd March
Shadows, Mt Gambier

Friday, 5th April
Surfers Paradise Beer Garden, Gold Coast

Saturday, 6th April
The Hi-Fi, Brisbane

Friday, 12th April
The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle

Saturday, 13th April

The Metro, Sydney

Friday, 19th April
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Saturday, 20th April
The Big Pineapple Festival, Sunshine Coast

Wednesday, 24th April
The Governor Hindmarsh, Adelaide

Thursday, 25th April
The Prince Of Wales, Bunbury WA

Friday, 26th April
Settlers Tavern, Margaret River WA

Saturday, 27th April
Capitol, Perth

Saturday, 4th May
Blood Sweat & Fears, Darwin

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