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Puppy release cinematic music video for new single 'World Stands Still'




Puppy - one of our favourite rising fuzzy guitar bands - have released the cinematic music video for latest single, 'World Stands Still', from their forthcoming debut album, 'The Goat'.


Watch: 'World Stands Still' music video:

The video features a "Goblin Girl", who the band say depicts their "juvenile side pretty neatly".


Billy, Puppy drummer and director/editor of the 'World Stands Still' video, commneted:“Many of our biggest influences as a band are movies, computer games and music that we loved as pre-pubescent/just pubescent kids.

"We never really got over that kind of immature excitement for the stuff we found cool.

"Equally though, there's kind of a loneliness and weirdness to being that age, (which is actually probably part of the reason you throw yourself so completely into all the stuff you find cool in the first place).

"We think that the Goblin Girl from our new video 'World Stands Still' embodies this juvenile side to our band pretty neatly and we hope you enjoy watching her adventures as much as we enjoyed filming them.”


'World Stands Still' is available as an instant download, alongside lead single, 'Black Hole', upon pre-order of 'The Goat'.


Puppy begin their tour with King 810 on November 29 at Academy 2 in Birmingham, through to December 21.


They then hit Europe with Monster Magnet in 2019, including a stop at London's Electric Brixton on January 29.


'The Goat' is released via Spinefarm Records on January 25. Pre-order now from puppy.lnk.to/TheGoat


Puppy's dates with King 810 are as follows:


November:

29 – Birmingham, Academy 2

30 – Brighton, Concorde 2


December:

02 – Bournemouth, Academy 2

03 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

05 – Norwich, Epic Studios

06 – Tunbridge Wells, Forum

07 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

08 – Leicester, The Shed

09 – Colchester, Arts Centre

11 – Bristol, The Fleece

12 – Northampton, Roadmender

13 – Manchester, Club Academy

14 – Leeds, Key Club

16 – Sheffield, Foundry

17 – Hull, Welly 2

18 – Newcastle, Academy 2

19 – Oxford, Academy 2

20 – London, Scala

21 – Bridgend, Hobos


2019 dates with Monster Magnet are:


January:

12 – BYSCENEN, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway           

13 – Parkteatret, Oslo, Norway         

14 – VoxHall, Aarhus, Denmark         

16 - Grosse Freiheit 36, Hamburg, Germany 

17 - Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin, Germany     

18, Rosenhof Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany 

19 - Dynamo Zürich, Canton of Zürich, Switzerland  

21, KuFa Krefeld, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany   

22, Conne Island, Leipzig-Connewitz, Sachsen, Germany     

23 - Capitol Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany     

24 - Kulturfabrik Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg       

26 - Concertzaal De Kreun, Belgium  

27 – Muziekodroom, Hasselt, Belgium         

28 - Concertzaal De Casino, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium    

29 – Electric Brixton, Brixton, London


February:

1 – Effenaar, Eindhoven, Netherlands           

2 - File7, Magny-le-Hongre, France   

3 - Batschkapp Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany 

5, Conrad Sohm, Dornbirn, Vorarlberg, Austria        

6 - Dürer Kert, Budapest, Hungary    

7 - Tvornica Kulture, Zagreb, Croatia