As the band gear up for the release of their EP Penny Lonesome, The Curious Incident, a quartet from London, have released a taster of what fans can expect from it via the video for their latest track "Diane," which PopWrapped are delighted to premiere exclusively today.
Having already played shows and festivals around the world, the next few months look set to be the most exciting yet for the band, who have earned themselves support from BBC London, among others.
When asked about the video, the band explained how they put it together saying:
"Tales of school-time crushes are stereotypically boy-girl focused so we're drifting a little away from that cliche with this video. We tried to bottle up some of the uncertainty, the cheekiness, the affection, the rebelliousness, and the youthful flirtation that we've all, hopefully, experienced in one way or another growing up. We had a blast going 'back to school' for this video and it was a great experience and learning curve producing and directing it ourselves with the help of our new friend, Yury Sharov as DOP. Indoor fireworks should only ever be handled by Elvis."
The song itself is a very poppy little number, which pays homage to their influences, like Vampire Weekend, with simple lyrics and a rhythm that you can't help but tap your feet along to.
Penny Lonesome will be available this Friday (Oct. 30).