Following on from the release of their successful EP, Funny Feeling, earlier this year, Out Of Love are back with a new single, ‘Sniffin’ Glue’.
Commenting on the new single, frontman Jack Rogers said: “‘Sniffin’ Glue’ is about being trapped in a toxic situation—a relationship or friendship you know is bad for you through and through, but you can’t help but justify it for whatever reason that may be. Once we’re aware of the things that are bad for us, sometimes breaking that habit and cycle is a lot harder than you first thought!”
Due to COVID restrictions, the single comes accompanied with a homemade video shot by the band on iPhones in their practice room, and edited by Harry Steel.
“Our very talented and good friend Harry Steel then ran it through a bunch of cool stuff and re-filmed it through his old TV,” enthuses Rogers of the concept. “It was definitely the most fun we’ve had creating a video in a while and a process we are wanting to explore even more going forward. We would love to work with Harry again.”
Check it out below: