Premiere: Watch the fun/surreal new video for Dictaphone Blues' latest single, Bully

Premiere: Watch the fun/surreal new video for Dictaphone Blues' latest single, Bully

Taken from their due-next-year EP.

Dictaphone Blues is the Auckland-based brainchild of Edward Castelow, the fuzzy-pop group only recently come on to our radar - something we are very grateful for. They've got a new EP due early next year, and if Bully is anything to go by, we're in for a treat. Instantly grabbing you from the stomping drums in the intro, the psych/fuzz/blues/pop explosion that follows is an absolute delight. Given the mish-mash of genres on display, the video clip that we're premiering today for it is a wonderfully weird collection of retro-themed imagery, completing the package and putting Dictaphone Blues squarely in our sights from here on in.

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