Brighton based four-piece Demob Happy have unveiled  video to accompany their debut single, Succubus.

The single is out now on the band’s own record label, Milk Parlour Records.

Originally from Newcastle, the band moved to Brighton and have swiftly become one of the town’s most exciting groups following several memorable performances on its live scene.

The band travelled to the Welsh countryside to record the track, and it was mastered by Pink Floyd’s engineer Andy Jackson.

Talking about the sinister darkness of the video, frontman Matt Marcantonio said: “When we recorded succubus we were out in this weird isolated cottage in the middle of nowhere in Wales where we set up a studio, basking in the only available dingy red ceiling light.

“So, for us it evoked this dark late night that we spent recording the song.”

Demob Happy play: 

December 11th The Garage, London – The Great Escape Presents…
January 27th The Old blue Last, London – DIY Presents: Hello 2015 (w/ Girl Band)

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