UK rockers The Franklys have released a video for their new track “Bad News.”
Directed by the band’s own Nicole Pinto, the video is set in the 19th century during the Napoleonic wars and was filmed at Fort Amherst, a Napoleonic fort said to be known for its history of paranormal activity.
The Franklys recently said of “Bad News”: “The single… deals with the consequences that will come from your choices.”
Following the release of the song, The Franklys will be hitting the road for a series of shows throughout the summer months.
Check out the video for “Bad News” below and then take a peak at the tour dates that run through until September.
03rd May: Stortford Music Festival, Bishop’s Stortford, w/ The Undertones
06th Jun: The Watershed, Wimbledon, London
19th Jun: Cult Cafe, Ipswich, Suffolk
20th Jun: The Bassment, Chelmsford, Essex
21st Jun: The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
25th Jun: 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth
26th Jun: Tiki Bar, Plymouth
27th Jun: The Cavern, Exeter
11th Jul: Tannerfest, Loddington
25th Jul: Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
29th Jul: Bannerman’s Bar, Edinburgh
30th Jul: Nice n Sleazy, Glasgow
01st Aug: The Castle Hotel, Manchester
02nd Aug: Oporto, Leeds
02nd Sep: The Stillery, Camden
You can find out more and pre-order “Bad News” from The Franklys’ official website here.