Video of the Moment #1467: Little Matador

By on Monday, 10th March 2014 at 6:00 pm

‘Stitch Yourself Up’ is the debut single release from Little Matador, following on their ‘Liar Liar’ EP from last year. The song’s hard-hitting lyrics, pounding drums and grinding guitars fully achieve the gritty, edgy rock feel suggested on the EP. In terms of the sleaze factor, the video for ‘Stitch Yourself Up’ is a kind of a cross between Foals’ explicit ‘Late Night’ and Snow Patrol’s bleakly realistic ‘This Isn’t Everything You Are’ (though Connolly and Co. might not appreciate that particular comparison). It also puts a new spin on the recent “cougar” craze, and if you’re averse to public displays of affection, you should be warned that there is some serious tonsil tennis involved.

Little Matador’s self-titled LP is due for release on the 21st of April on Fiction Records and is available for pre-order on the band’s Web site.


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