North London pop-rockers THE MIDDLENIGHT MEN have unveiled another video from their forthcoming debut album.
The epic 10-minite clip for 'Heroine Heights' is the result of 5 months preparation, 2 months shooting and 1 month editing.
The follow up to previous singles 'B.A. Baby' and 'Rat Star', band mainman Nick Hughes says of the song, “The core message of the song itself is something that's really important to me. I still find myself being constantly embarrassed, every single time, to be a guy when I walk down the street and see all the lecherous, cat calling, rude ass guys who think it's perfectly acceptable to shout out after girls. It's disgusting and I can only imagine what it feels like for girls. We wanted to address this but obviously we like mixing humour and seriousness in most of the things we produce so I decided to mix this with the superhero element and refer to some of the relationships between the heroes and villains and relate it back to the core message. That this simply is not okay.”
Taken from the forthcoming album Issue 1, 'Heroine Heights' is available here.