The Gulps release new video for track My Girl from Liverpool

Self-spun young provocateurs The Gulps have released their latest video for track My Girl from Liverpool.

Formed in London three years ago, The Gulps have members from all corners of the globe who all share a common interest of 'dirty rock and roll.'

With an ever-growing fanbase the five-piece thrive from original rock roots and the artsy glamour of the 60s.

My Girl from Liverpool is taken from the band's EP In The Kings House which was produced by Martin 'Youth' Glover who has worked with the likes of The Verve, The Charlatans and The Cult.

Spending a couple of autumn weeks at Youth's home studio in Granada, the band have recorded their debut album which is scheduled for release later this year - My Girl from Liverpool being the latest hint of what's to come.

Calling it an 'ode to the 60s movement' across Europe and a nod to the civil unrest that took place in France in May of 1968, My Girl from Liverpool is a catchy track which has to be played more than once to be truly appreciated.

With psychedelic twinge to the instrumental, the track grows into this voice of a generation, speaking to those who fear that there's no hope for the future.

This is complimented by the video, directed by Sandra Crilo, which follows the band as they trawl the streets of Paris.

Clips from La Nouvelle Vague films are sprinkled throughout, with a spotlight on the late great Anna Karina.

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