THE CRIBS – share the video to new track ‘Never Thought I’d Feel Again’.

Share the video for ‘Never Thought I’d Feel Again’, the latest track from their forthcoming album ‘Night Network’.

The Cribs have shared the video for Never Thought I’d Feel Again, the latest track to be taken from their forthcoming eighth album, Night Network, which is released via Sonic Blew/[PIAS] on Friday November 13th 2020.

Talking about the track the band said:

We wrote this song with a very simple goal in mind – we wanted something very simple, dancey, and positive/uplifting. We were talking about how a song like “The Locomotion” is probably about as perfect a pop song as you can get – it’s so immediate and catchy, without any hang-ups or self consciousness. That’s what we were trying to do here – just be totally unabashed and heart on sleeve, no punk guilt, no baggage – just pure energy. Wakefield Motown, you might say…

The video, once again co-directed by Andy Knowles and Nick Scott, who worked on previous track Running Into You and I Don’t Know Who I Am, was shot in the legendary Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London and features comedian John-Luke Roberts.
Talking about the video, Andy Knowles said:

It’s easy to continually work with The Cribs, as the songs always serve as such a great place of inspiration for video ideas. With this song’s references to love, loyalty and loneliness it was important to show a range of emotions, and we certainly got that from John-Luke Robert’s (Radio Host) performance.

The band also recently shared details of a U.K. tour in June 2021. Including appearances at the Roundhouse in London and an outdoor show at Halifax’s historical Piece Hall, the full list of shows is as follows:
11.06.21 – The Roundhouse – LONDON
14.06.21 – O2 Institute – BIRMINGHAM
15.06.21 – Boiler Shop – NEWCASTLE
17.06.21 – SWG3 Galvanizers – GLASGOW
18.06.21 – Academy – MANCHESTER
20.06.21 – Piece Hall – HALIFAX
Tickets for the shows are on sale now and available via (London, Birmingham, Newcastle and Manchester) and (Glasgow and Halifax).

The Cribs are: Gary Jarman (bass, vocals), Ryan Jarman (guitar, vocals) & Ross Jarman (drums).
Album discography: The Cribs (2004), The New Fellas (2005), Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever (2007), Ignore The Ignorant (2009), In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull (2012), For All My Sisters (2015), 24-7 Rock Star Shit (2017).

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