VIDEO: Tribes: We Were Children

Hotly tipped lo fi fuzz pop act Tribes have revealed the video for their forthcoming single ‘We Were Children’ watch the video filmed in their Camden home below.

If you know Camden then you know there’s no such thing as a leisurely walk up the high street on a Sunday afternoon, there’s always a barrage of tourists jumping in and out of every market place as well as locals jumping in between the Hawley Arms and Dingwalls. However, if you were in Camden a few weeks back then you might have seen a lot more than the usual groundswell of bodies at the lock, instead you’d have seen a blockade of people watching stopping traffic and dancing in the streets while Tribes filmed the video for their new EP ‘We Were Children’, playing a live set perched on-top of a shop roof.

Joining the dots between Mudhoney and The Libertines, their debut EP ‘We Were Children’ (which has already gained Zane Lowe’s coveted ‘Hottest Record In The World’ status) is a fittingly heart-racing call-to-arms for a generation left crying out for band name worthy of being Tip-Ex’d onto a satchel.

Released on June 6th through Island Records, the band will be coming straight back at us with their debut album in August which is currently being recorded in Liverpool with Mike Crossey.

Don’t miss their trademark live shows over the coming months when they support Funeral Party and play their own headline shows as well as festival dates. See below;


30/04- Island Life @ Camden Crawl – Enterprise, London (**EARLY SHOWTIME** 2PM)
01/05- Nation of Shopkeepers – Live @ Leeds
13/05- NME Radar @ The Great Escape – Brighton
19/05- Oran Mor – Glasgow (w/Funeral Party)
20/05- Liquid Room – Edinburgh (w/Funeral Party)
21/05- Independent – Sunderland
22/05- Rescue Rooms – Nottingham (w/Funeral Party)
24/05- Heaven – London (w/Funeral Party)
26/05- Concorde – Brighton (w/Funeral Party)
30/05- Leadmill – Sheffield (w/Funeral Party)
31/05- Slade Rooms – Wolverhampton (w/Funeral Party)
01/06- Club Academy – Manchester (w/Funeral Party)
04/06 – Fruit – Hull
05/06- Intro Festival – Middlesborough
06/06 – Stereo – York
07/06- Shipping Forcast – Liverpool
08/06 – Arts Institute – Cardiff
09/06- Dingwalls – London
11/06 – Start The Bus – Bristol
12/06 – Flapper – Birmingham
13/06 -Haymaker – Cambridge
14/06 – Joiners – Southampton
15/07- 2000 Trees Festival – Cheltenham
23/07- Secret Garden Party – Huntingdon
05/08- Underage Festival – London
06/08- Field Day – London
08/08- Y Not Festival – Matlock

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