Music Video of the Day: The Tambourine Girls “You Don’t See Me” (2017)

The Tambourine Girls unleash the music video for their new single “You Don’t See Me” as a pretty top notch way of getting fans keen for the next few months ahead. Result: It definitely worked.

Due out officially this Friday, “You Don’t See Me” is more than a quick listen for a jolt of indie goodness. Melodic and driven by great use of rhythm and building guitars, “You Don’t See Me” is a strong step forward from The Tambourine Girls, who have been pouring their efforts into the making of their sophomore album, coming out early next year.

The film clip was directed and edited by the band’s own Pat Harris, while filming was helmed by Marcus Coblyn up at songwriter Simon Relf‘s shed in NSW’s southern highlands. Check it out below!

The Tambourine Girls launch “You Don’t See Me” in Sydney on November 23rd at the Sneaky Possum in Chippendale – get ’round it!


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