Haggard Cat have dropped a brand new video with 'a message'.
The clip, for new single 'European Hardware', sees the duo being kept in a concrete box for 24 hours. Not because they need some alone time, but to protest against 'the current political climate' and highlight the cause of Extinction Rebellion.
Guitarist and vocalist Matt Reynolds explains "Just over a month ago we sealed ourselves in a concrete catacomb for 24 hours. The video itself documents the whole thing, it's all real, we actually stayed in there for the duration and live-streamed the whole thing, it was hell! We did this to visually represent what we're talking about in the song, in order to hopefully get a few more of you talking about how detrimental the current political path we're on will be to every one of us (well those of us who aren't billionaires, or millionaires working for the billionaires)."
So there we go.
The band's new album 'Common Sense Holiday' is set to drop on 13th March next year. You can check out the video below.