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MATILDA’S SCOUNDRELS Release Video for track ‘Bottles of Rum’

MATILDA’S SCOUNDRELS Release Video for track ‘Bottles of Rum’

matildas-scoundrelsHasting’s folk punks Matilda’s Scoundrels have released a new video for the track ‘Bottles of Rum’ taken from their album ‘As The Tide Turns’.

“We thought we would do a video for one our favourite song subjects, getting drunk. “Bottles of Rum” is a straight up, not so tall tale of lechery, smuggled contraband and inebriated murder. But overall, it’s about drinking rum with your mates and having a good time, because if you can’t get drunk and throw yourself around a sweaty venue, what can you do?

Shows in our home town are pretty special so we decided to throw a party and film it. We got Mark Richards in who has done a few of our videos before and gave him the instruction to film the crowd. It’s was a great night and we had a lot of fun making this video, we hope you enjoy it!”

Matilda’s Scoundrels hail from the south coast of England, a heady brew of folk driven aggro punk, they have been taking there sound to audiences across the country and to mainland Europe in the last couple of years.  Playing festivals such as Boomtown, Rebellion, Beautiful Days and Mighty Sounds, they have built a reputation of rowdy shows with an air of fun and crowd participation.

A mix of traditional folk instruments and classic punk back line, blend with storytelling lyrics, current affairs/important issues along with catchy choruses to make you drink, sing and dance. Known for their DIY attitude they have supported bands like the Levellers, Ferocious Dog and Street Dogs. Coming from do it yourself roots, they have had a string of releases and have just put out there debut album ‘As The Tide Turns’ on TNSrecords. It’s no surprise that the momentum they have built is carrying them to bigger and better things.




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