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SPRING OFFENSIVE’s new single and video for ‘Worry Fill My Heart’ was released to the public this past Saturday the 17th. Since we don’t post on the weekends(mostly) we thought we’d celebrate this occasion by posting a kind hearted entry about the Oxford band’s tuneful and rather fun video which you can watch here!

The video was fully created by the band alongside Dave Matthams from Runaway Media features a rather creative display of sign language, a hamster and even a daunting bow and arrow clip towards the end.

When asked about the meaning of the song, vocalist Lucas Whitworth explains, “It’s a reaction to that feeling of impotence when confronted with a difficult choice. So many of our friends, family and people we meet are stuck in this terrible position – we keep being told that we’re lucky to have a job, as unemployment soars, but we still need an outlet to escape the monotony, to stop our lives from stagnating and becoming grey. So we sing, or we go to gigs, or we do whatever we need to just to feel engaged…”


The single has just been playlisted on Amazing Radio and follows their recent online buzz from it’s b-side ‘Carrier’, and their sell-out Oxford show at Modern Art Oxford. Spring Offensive have also announced their upcoming UK and European tourdates which as it happens are below!

* Tourdates

29.03 Electricity Showrooms, London

30.03 The Green Door Store, Brighton

31.03 Secret Location, Oxford

01.04 The Castle Hotel, Manchester

02.04 SOYO, Sheffield

03.04 The Head of Steam, Newcastle

04.04 The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool

05.04 Gwdihw, Cardiff

09.04 Musikbunker Aachen

10.04 Schon Schön, Mainz

11.04 MUZ, Nurnberg

12.04 Häll, Heidelberg

13.04 Parterre, Basel


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