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BOSTON MANOR UNVEIL CAPTIVATING NEW VISUALS FOR THEIR LATEST SINGLE "HEAT ME UP" FROM THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM "SUNDIVER"

Boston Manor teases their upcoming fifth album 'Sundiver' with the release of the new single "Heat Me Up" and its visually stunning music video.
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British rock band Boston Manor have dropped a mesmerising new video for their latest single "Heat Me Up," giving fans an exciting glimpse of their forthcoming fifth album, "Sundiver". Set to be released on September 6th via SharpTone Records, this track is an early teaser that promises a fresh and dynamic chapter for the band. Lead singer Henry Cox shared the serendipitous creation story of "Heat Me Up":


“It ended up being the first track we finished on the album. We’d gone down to Welwyn Garden City to write and do some pre-production. It was actually our day off, it was a blistering hot day and we had nothing to do, so we had a barbecue in the garden and wrote a song. Sometimes tunes take months to write but this just flew right out in an afternoon. It’s a song about being utterly obsessed with someone and being grateful for what you have.”



The music video for "Heat Me Up," directed by Tom Dream, is equally enchanting. Cox elaborates,


“'Heat Me Up' is a love song. It’s about realizing that what you have is so precious you would do anything to protect it and nurture it. We set out to work with Tom Dream on this project, he’s somebody we’ve wanted to work with for ages, so we were over the moon that we could make the collaboration happen for 'Heat Me Up'. He was so great to work with, and watching him interpret the song with such creativity and vision was really inspiring. We had so much fun making the video.”


Video director Tom Dream expressed his admiration for the band and his vision for the video:


“Boston Manor are my new favourite band. Their sound combines the best elements of my favourite 90s bands, but with even more massive production. And they are all proper lovely lads. We shot the video at my new location house in Kent, which perfectly matched the vision we had in mind for this track. My hope was to blend a 1950s Palm Springs black-and-white aesthetic with the quaint, eerie feel of the English countryside.”


The result is a visually striking video that complements the song's themes of love, obsession, and gratitude. Fans can expect a lot more from Boston Manor as they gear up for the release of "Sundiver".



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