Watch: Little Cub - “Breathing Space” Video

Still Life Out Now via Domino

Jul 10, 2017
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Little Cub are a new trio from South London who sport a sound that would appeal to fans of Boxed In, New Order, and LCD Soundsystem. The band released their debut album, Still Life, back in April via Domino. Now they have shared a video for "Breathing Space." Directed by Lily Rose Thomas and edited by Thomas, Nick Pomeroy, and bass player, Ady Acolaste, the video was shot on film in the band's house and utilizes a split screen technique, sometimes with images of the band filling up both sides of the screens, other times there are images of grocery stores, cafes, and laundromats. A press release says the clip was inspired by the American video artist Sue De Beer. Watch it below.

Singer Dominic Gore had this to say about the song in a press release: "'Breathing Space' is a song about the negative spaces in a relationship and people and things that come in to fill those gaps. Don Paterson once said it's easier to traverse the distance of space than to bridge the distance between one person's mind and yours and here the central question is one of fidelity. That if someone keeps you at arms length for long enough at what point does so much come between you that the ties simply come undone."

Pick up our current print issue to read our Pleased to Meet You interview with Little Cub.

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