Premiere: The Moving Stills keep it chill in the charming DIY clip for Nineteen

Premiere: The Moving Stills keep it chill in the charming DIY clip for Nineteen

The Central Coast cats have had a blinding start to 2018.

Between releasing latest singleĀ Nineteen and playing festivals like Mountain Sounds (last weekend) and Big Pineapple (soon), it's fair to say Central Coast outfit The Moving Stills are on a good wicket in 2018. Bearing that in mind, we're just happy to jump on board the hype trian this early in proceedings, and are positively chuffed to premiereĀ Nineteen's v-charming, pleasantly DIY new video clip. In typical surf rat fashion they didn't really tell us anything else about it, but we think the results speak for themselves. Check it out below, and mark "big tings" for The Moving Stills in your notes for the rest of the year.

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