Premiere: Check out Almond Soy's new video for Avenue ahead of this Friday's launch party

Premiere: Check out Almond Soy's new video for Avenue ahead of this Friday's launch party

The Perth indie-rockers are throwing a big old soiree at Jack Rabbit Slim's.

We're no strangers to Perth band Almond Soy over here at Pilerats, regularly covering each new release with much excitement as they went from strength to strength in 2018. Towards the end of the year they released arguably their strongest work yet, Avenue, and today we're stoked to circle back around and premiere its delightful little black and white video clip. Directed/edited by Mason Fleming and shot around Perth's northern suburbs, it's a nice encapsulation of the group's attitude, namely they don't take 'emselves too seriously, while continuously releasing some seriously good little slices of indie-rock'n'roll. The clip comes as they work towards the release of another new single, which will be the lead from their sophomore EP and released in April ahead of a third national tour for the group.

Until then though, you can enjoy the clip below, and if you're feeling like a boogie head down to Jack Rabbit Slim's this Friday night to celebrate the clip's release, where they'll be supported by Death By Denim and Sara Salt (more info/tickets HERE).

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