Watch Broadside’s beachy video for their latest single

It’s been a couple of months since the boys from Broadside released a new music video, but with their busy touring schedule, it’s understandable. On Thursday (Sept. 21), things changed when the Virginia-founded band unveiled their music video for their ukulele-driven track, “I Love You. I Love You. It’s Disgusting.” The over-three-minute video begins with Broadside frontman Ollie Baxxter strumming away on his ukulele as the scenery behind shifts from locations like the beach and a pier to a kitchen and a bedroom.

As the video progresses, Baxxter is no longer alone, but is joined by who the viewer can assume is his “girlfriend.” For the rest of the clip, the video follows the duo as they hang out together doing things like fixing the bed to walking around a pier with an amusement park and playing in the ocean.

“This is a song for romantics,” explains Baxxter. “When you’re in love, you feel consumed in its warmth. I’m happy knowing that I’ve contributed to a very long list of love songs.” Guitarist Niles Gibbs adds: “We are not afraid to try new things and that is apparent with this song.”

Watch the clip for “I Love You. I Love You. It’s Disgusting” above.

“I Love You. I Love You. It’s Disgusting” is featured on Broadside’s recently released record, Paradise. The record, the band’s sophomore effort was released in mid-June and earned the number 17 spot on Billboard‘s Heatseekers Album chart and the number 47 spot on Billboard‘s Independent Albums chart.

In support of Paradise‘s release, Broadside is currently on the European leg of their current tour. According to a press release, the band will return to the United States for a short tour during the months of November and December. Those tour dates will reportedly be confirmed within the upcoming weeks.

 

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