Video Premiere: Zeahorse show you the dark side of glamour in ’20 Nothing’
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Video Premiere: Zeahorse show you the dark side of glamour in ’20 Nothing’

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Sydney-based psych-rockers Zeahorse are set to have a stellar year; their third LP is due for release in late 2018, and the first single, ’20 Nothing’ dropped in Feb. In addition, they’re hitting up Melbourne this weekend to give fans a live taste of the new tune.

After a six-month performance hiatus that ended on February 21, the four-piece are back with a vengeance and a ripper new video for ’20 Nothing’, featuring Racy Grimshaw, whom the band described as “Melbourne’s No. 1 bad bitch.”

After only a minute’s viewing, Grimshaw is confirmed as a definite bad bitch; she’s pictured screaming at the camera, writhing in pain, and singing along to the lyrics. If this conceptual-yet-enticing visual, and the dense-yet-expert editing of the single itself, is a representation of what is to come from the soon-to-be-released album, we’re definitely in for an absolute treat.