Ever had one of those days where everywhere you turn, from the gas station pump to the local bar, Emma Bunton is standing there playing with her hair? Detroit three-piece Deadbeat Beat feel your pain/confusion with the video for their track "See You All the Time".
Directed by Noah Elliott Morrison, the video follows the band's Alex Glendening, as he goes about a regular day only to be followed by 22 Baby Spices.
Taken from their 2011 cassette When I Talk to You, that is now being reissued on vinyl on Glad Fact, "See You All The Time" was written during a time when Glendening was totally immersed in The Byrds' Younger Than Yesterday, and a desire to write a complete pop song in under three-minutes. He's done well, with the song's gentle pop bringing to mind a breezy stroll on a summer day accompanied by a Baby Spice or three.
'When I Talk to You' Is available July 28 on Glad Fact Records.
Catch Deadbeat Beat at these shows:
July 28 - Detroit at UFO Factory
Aug 4 - Chicago at Cole's
Aug 5 - Indianapolis at State Street Pub
Aug 6 - Cincinnati at Wood Dungeon
Aug 7 - Augusta at Soul Bar
Aug 9 - New Orleans at Poor Boys
Aug 10 - Austin at Beerland
Aug 11 - Hot Springs at Maxine's
Aug 12 - Nashville at DRKMTTR
Aug 18 - Columbus at Rumba Cafe
Aug 19 - Cleveland at Maple Lanes (Maple Fest)
Image: Noah Elliott Morrison