Tom Jenkins | Friday 16 August, 2013 11:16
Norway’s Young Dreams have spliced together images from their last three videos to create this clip for new single Footprints. Depending on your viewpoint this is either a great cost-cutting exercise, an inspired way of reducing a collective carbon footprint, or plain laziness akin to turning your underwear inside out. We wouldn’t like to judge.
Young Dreams’ debut album Between Places is out now via Modular Recordings.
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