Premiere: Watch the love-lorn video for Bootleg Rascal's Love Her Like I Love You

Premiere: Watch the love-lorn video for Bootleg Rascal's Love Her Like I Love You

And then go see them on their Australian tour over summer!

Following on from the release of their latest single Love Her Like I Love You, Bootleg Rascal today release the track's accompanying video - shot on location in Sydney's inner-west and Luna Park, following a pretty sad looking fella on the hunt for love. Bootleg drummer Jack Gray describes the clip:

"The music video draws on points of acceptance, love and feeling like you are almost living in another world. We drew inspiration from the love heart-shaped message lollies as the vehicle for the lyrics of the song to appear in the clip. Taking the feelings back to when you were much younger and everyone was able to enjoy sharing these lollies with a nice warm message on it. I guess having some of the darker lyrics on the hearts in the clip, brings to screen much more real emotions than the lollies ever intended on giving off with a twist."

The band are currently on the road and have been playing to some packed houses, and you can join in on the fun at one of the remaining shows - check the full list of dates down the bottom (which include a new Sydney show after this Saturday's one at Manning Bar was postponed - tickets eligible for new date or refundable from point of purchase).

TOUR DATES:

FRI 2 DEC - THE CORNER, MELBOURNE

SAT 3 DEC - MANNING BAR, SYDNEY **POSTPONED**

FRI 13 JAN - WOLLONGONG UNIVERSITY, WOLLONGONG

SAT 14 JAN - COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MILTON

FRI 20 JAN - TRANSIT BAR, CANBERRA

SAT 21 JAN - THE CORNER HOTEL, MELBOURNE

THU 26 JAN - THE GOV, ADELAIDE

FRI 27 JAN - JACK RABBIT SLIM'S, PERTH

SAT 28 JAN - RED ROOM @ CLANCY’S, DUNSBOROUGH

SUN 29 JAN - MOJO’S BAR, FREMANTLE

FRI 3 FEB - ROMANO’S, WAGGA WAGGA NSW

SAT 4 FEB - MANNING BAR, SYDNEY **NEW DATE**

SUN 5 FEB - AREA HOTEL, GRIFFITH

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