Our observations on the new Augie March clip for their latest single ‘Penny-whistle’;
1. We had no idea that Glenn Richards fished.
2. Glenn Richards’ generosity with his fish is astonishing, particularly to women in over-sized blue dressing gowns.
3. Glenn Richards loves a good cable-knit jumper.
4. The boat is on fire.
5. Even though the song is called ‘Pennywhistle’ doesn’t necessarily mean that Glenn Richards likes pennywhistles.
6. Those clothes will be dry in no time.
7. There’s a dead body wrapped in a tarp behind the guy in the hoodie.
8. The remaining four members of Augie March live in a shed.
9. People who live in seaside villages have an uncanny knack of being able to break into spontaneous choreography.
For those who live away from the shores of Australia, it’s a visual slice of simple Aussie life in a small seaside community.
The band is also about to perform seven dates throughout the country in support of their new album ‘Watch Me Disappear’, and in a rare move for any band these days, they’re also visiting the apple isle.
October 30 : Sydney (Metro Theatre)
November 03 : Perth (Regal Theatre)
November 08 : Hobart (Hobart University)
November 13 : Adelaide (The Governor Hindmarsh)
November 15 : Melbourne (Ormond Hall)
November 28 : Brisbane (The Tivoli)
November 29 : Lorne (Falls Festival)