VIDEO PREMIERE: Tunabunny - Slackjawed

VIDEO PREMIERE: Tunabunny – Slackjawed

Athens-based-Girl-led-slacker-popsters Tunabunny have a UK tour coming up! They arrive in Cardiff on July 20th, but the tour starts July 17th(see full run dates below).The kind people at their label have given us the video exclusive to ‘Slackjawed’ the new single off the album ‘Genius Fatigue’!

” Five years in, Tunabunny find themselves getting a little attention. Bigger labels begin to sniff around. Journalists nervously describe the band as Riot Girl, apparently never having heard of the Swell Maps, or the Raincoats, or even Electrelane. Or even the goddamned Breeders, apparently.

Tunabunny continue to insist that being misunderstood is a compliment. But then what other choice do they have?

In less than two weeks, Tunabunny leaves for the UK. Will it end in stardom, or will it end in chaos? Does the band even care? What does success even mean? Is it Yoko Ono? Is it Grizzly Bear? Is it John Denver? Is it Teddy and the Frat Girls? Maybe success is having the freedom to do what you want the way you want to do iit without hurting anyone else in the process.

Don’t miss Tunabunny’s UK tour—where questions get answered, and lives get changed.

17th – London @ the Grosvenor w/ Ethical Debating Society, My Therapist Says Hot Damn
18th – Brighton @ the Hope w/ Ethical Debating Society, Slum of Legs, Flowers
19th – Bristol @ Cafe Kino w/ Personal Best
20th – Cardiff @ Buffalo Bar w/ Tarsiers, Radstewart
22nd – Liverpool @ Mello Mello w/ Puzzle, 10p Mixes
23rd – Glasgow @ the Glad Cafe w/ Spook School, Woog Riots
24th – York @ the Basement w/ Cowtown
25th – Nottingham @ the Maze w/ Cars Can Be Blue, Spook School, Big Wave
26th – Preston @ the Continental w/ Lovely Eggs, the Pastels
27th – Derby @ Indietracks w/ the Pastels, Bis, Camera Obscura, Cars Can Be Blue
28th – Leeds @ Wharf Chambers w/ Cars Can Be Blue (Queer We Go Festival)
29th – Sheffield @ Audacious Artspace w/ Cars Can Be Blue, Cowtown
31st – London @ Buffalo Bar w/ Ethical Debating Society, Cosines”

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