London trio Slowcoaches have released a new video for their latest single ‘Living Out’.

The track is taken from their phenomenal 2016 debut album, Nothing Gives.

On the latest single, frontwoman Heather Perkins says, “(It’s) a song about feeling like you’re at a dead end. It’s about wanting to change your life but procrastinating because it’s easier to just repeat the same patterns over and over.”

Check out the brilliantly tongue-in-cheek video, (featuring Heather Perkins in a bath) below.

However, there appears to have been an unfortunate side effect to filming in a bath, as Heather explains, “This video is about the fact that I Iove baths and I hate going to work, but sitting in a cold bath for 6 hours to shoot this has made me hate baths too so now I hate baths and I hate work.”  – Well that sucks.

Described by Vulture Hound as “an album full of moody, melodic punk with one foot in 70s garage and the other in modern crunchy post-punk”, Nothing Gives was one of our Top 30 Albums of 2016. You can read the full album review, here.

You can also read our interview with Heather Perkins in the latest issue of Vulture Hound Magazine.

Catch Slowcoaches at the following 2017 festivals:

14/05 – So Not Pink Fest, Southampton, UK
21/07 – Outside Rodeo Festival, Coburg, Germany
26-27/08 – 234 Festival, Brighton, UK