Premiere: Good Boy crack a few tinnies and kick the footy in new video clip

Premiere: Good Boy crack a few tinnies and kick the footy in new video clip

Transparency's video clip is just good old fashion fun in the park.

Brisbane newcomers Good Boy have just released a brand new single in Transparency, and today we're bloody stoked to premiere its accompanying video clip, one that's beautiful in its simplicity. Transparency is taken from the bands new 7”,  which includes previous single Waste Days Or Ease Your Temper, and will be celebrated with an east coast tour this month. Locally they have supported bands such as Northeast Party House, Jinja Safari and Flowertruck, and if the video clip is anything to go by their upcoming tour should be a heap of good-natured fun.

The clip is a pretty simple one, featuring a bunch of lads kicking the footy down the park. Something about the slow-mo's, the weird face-pulling, the constant attempts at keeping their beers from spilling and general lack of skill from most involved is incredibly endearing. Maybe it's drawing on my own affection for the simpler things in life, but it makes the three-piece instantly likeable/relatable. A bunch of blokes you woulnd't mind sharing a frothy with down the park on a Sunday arvo for sure. Check it out below, and catch 'em at one of the dates down the bottom.

TOUR DATES:

Thurs 15 Oct - The Marlborough Hotel, Newtown, Sydney w/ Hollow States

Fri 16 Oct - Banquets @ World Bar, King's Cross, Sydney w/ Prints

Sat 17 Oct - Vic On The Park, Marrickville, Sydney w/ Jody

Sun 18 Oct - Minimum Wage @ Public Bar, North Melbourne, Melbourne w/ w/ Glaciers and Vowel Movement

Mon 19 Oct - Mundane Mondays at The Old Bar, Fitzroy, Melbourne w/ The Vacant Smiles

Fri 23 Oct – The Bearded Lady, Brisbane w/ special guests

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