Words: Ellie Ward
London rockers Climb The Attic unveiled their single 'Seen It All' back in the summer through Curious Fox Records, but as a final goodbye to 2017, they are dropping its video partner, which Little Indie is pleased to premiere here.
Filmed at a derelict police station which the band currently act as guardians for and use as a base and rehearsal studio, and directed by Giovanni Di Giulio, vocalist Hugh Wheatley describes the meaning behind the song:
"After a hostile relationship it leaves you bruised and cautious, so when you meet someone new you stubbornly assume its gonna be the same disaster as previous, feels like you've 'seen it all' before but yet you cant help yourself getting closer to this new person."
The band sat they have tried to utilise this concept in the video where Hugh feels a struggle with commitment/addiction therefore attends a group counselling meeting for some guidance on how to escape his own head.
"We have used the band as his mental safe point which he tries to gain access to throughout the video, only finds nothing but a metaphoric tape."
Intriguing. Watch below. And if you want more, Climb The Attic play London's Waiting Room tonight.
24 LONDON The Waiting Room, Stoke Newington w/ The Novatines
07 LONDON The Black Heart, Camden w/ Dead at Eleven
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