Premiere: The Money War take a trip down (recent) memory lane in the video for Hey Now

Premiere: The Money War take a trip down (recent) memory lane in the video for Hey Now

Documenting their time at home in Freo and abroad on tour.

While it may feel like WA duo The Money War have had a somewhat quiet 2018, they have in fact been farkn busy, with trips overseas along with regular shows around the country keeping them very occupied. And now they're rounding out the year in typically cruisy style, with a lush new single in Hey Now, one that comes today with a brand new video clip.

First, the track though, which according to lead singer Dylan Ollivierre, "is about making a commitment to someone and being ecstatic about it but also realising that you’re in a very different position to where you thought you’d be when you reached that milestone. Life usually takes a different course than you anticipated and doesn't always match the set of ideals you once held. I like how the line 'time is coming for us baby' can be interpreted in different ways depending on how you look at it. It’s kind of a romantic yet bittersweet sentiment."

Together with his partner in crime Carmen Pepper, the video is compiled of footage over the past year, shot around their home town on Fremantle along with some overseas and interstate touring. It's the perfect fodder for your upcoming summer road trips, and you can drink it in below before they support Mosquito Coast at Jack Rabbit Slim's on Saturday 8 December.

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