Another cinematic, Nuri Jeong collaboration
Shannon COTTON
09:47 7th September 2018

“Videos do help a tune but not if you do one just for the sake of it, it’ll be shit.” These are the words of Sleaford Mods’ Jason Williams, and while this tactic may work for the cumbersome duo, the same cannot be said for extravagant South London two-piece Wooze. 

Teaming up once again with K-Pop heavyweight director Nuri Jeong, this fresh cut is a Bowie-inflected bop musically with an awe-inspiring video filmed in Seoul to match which capitalises on tantalising all of your senses. Bringing the song to life, it proves video is a just as vital medium to showcase your music. 

The band describe the track as, “the introvert’s party anthem, it’s ok not to feel the communal euphoria, I’m ok to party without ya,” whilst describing their own sound as “Pansori for the 21st  Century,” - a traditional Korean music genre that consists of a drummer and singer storytelling through music - and now this new offering, clocking in at just over four minutes, gives us even more to get our teeth stuck into. Musicians Theo Spark and Jamie She have concocted a captivating vehicle that shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, all we can do is suggest you buckle up and get yourself ready for the ride. 

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