Premiere: Watch the Aussie-noir-esque new video for Baby Blue's Soccer Ball

Premiere: Watch the Aussie-noir-esque new video for Baby Blue's Soccer Ball

The group are about to kick off a huge Sunday residency at Some Velvet Morning.

Melbourne band Baby Blue will be spending every Sunday of the upcoming month of October rocking out for a good cause - playing five shows at Some Velvet Morning with a gold coin donation and all proceeds going to NFP herd2homes Dog Rescue. To announce the residency and give a sneak peek at the good times in store, they've let us premiere the rad new video clip for Soccer Ball - an Aussie noir-ish tale taking place in and around a Pascoe Vale petrol station. On the clip, frontwoman Rhea Caldwell said: "The entire clip was filmed in a day at a petrol station in Pascoe Vale. The owner of the petrol station was really lovely to us and all the customers dropping by were really curious what we were up to. We even had an actual police officer show up and have words to Fabian about covering up his police uniform until he had to be in shot. It was pretty funny.”

The end result is a pearler, and you can check it out below along with that full run of Sunday Fundays at Some Velvet Morning:

SUNDAY RESIDENCY @ SOME VELVET MORNING

October 1 with Hachiku
October 8 with New Band
October 15 with POPPONGENE
October 22 with Truly Holy
October 29 with Hollie Joyce

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