Music video premiere: Mt Doubt's 'Reference Books'

Mt Doubt: 'Reference Books' video premiere

Exclusive stream of Mt Doubt's latest video

The latest track taken from Mt Doubt's new EP, The Loneliness of the TV Watchers, is 'Reference Books'; a blend of jangly guitars and stark lyrics, creating dark, pure indie. The video for the track is minimalist and playful; the band switch from clear, striking figure in front of a plain background to silhouettes against video footage, and back again while the song crescendos around them.

'The video [by Gareth Goodlad of Posable Action Figures] perfectly sums up the song's simplistic, fuzzy rough and tumble,' says frontman Leo Bargery. 'While musically this track is one of our most straightforward and to-the-point songs to date, it's also definitely our "rockiest" output. Lyrically, though, it's one of my favourites so far. It's largely concerned with the idea of being caught up in a new relationship and all that entails, and the gradual disintegration of that experience.'

Give 'Reference Books' a watch now.

Mt. Doubt | Reference Books (Official Video)

The Loneliness of the TV Watchers is out on Fri 2 Jun via Scottish Fiction

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