Watch: British Sea Power - “Machineries of Joy” Video
On the verge of releasing their fifth album Machineries of Joy next month, British Sea Power have come forth to premiere a music video for the record's title track and lead single. Made by Clare Tavernor and Angus Sutherland the clip features a young woman pedaling her bike through a long stretch of winding roads and countryside views. After watching it, you almost want to pop in some earphones and do a bit of riding yourself. Click below to play. Machineries of Joy arrives in the U.S. April 2 digitally and April 9 on CD/LP formats.
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