Published Aug 10, 2017Montreal psych-rock unit the Fuzzy Undertones are just about to release their debut LP Songs from the Bottom of a Well, but before the entire record lands, the band have unveiled a video for "Full of Love."
The track marks the second single off the aforementioned album, and allows listeners to get acquainted with the band's retro rock'n'roll sound — or as they put it in their own words, a blend of "the rowdiness of Satan's basement" with "the calmness of the Milky Way."
"Full of Love" has been paired with a wacky video that finds the bandmates kicking back and lighting up with each other — plus a shark and a dinosaur. Join them on their trip in the clip below.
The Fuzzy Undertones also have a string of upcoming live dates, which you can find listed below. Songs from the Bottom of a Well is due out tomorrow (August 11) via the band's own Fishbum Records.
08/11 Montreal, QC - L'Esco
08/12 Barrie, ON - The Foxx
08/13 Toronto, ON - The Baby G
08/16 Windsor, ON - The Phog Lounge
08/17 Sarnia, ON - Refined Fool Brewery
08/18 Hamilton, ON - The Doors Pub
08/19 Kingston, ON - The Toucan
08/25 Montreal, QC – Fish-Fest MTL
08/26 Arkona, ON – Crystal Lake Festival
09/01 Ottawa, ON - Pressed
09/02 Wolfe Island, ON – Oscilitarium Music Lab Vol. 2