ALT-rock quartet Twelve Clay Feet have released a video for their new single Hailstones.
It is the first single to be taken from the Cambridge, England, band's forthcoming album More Naked Than Obscene - the follow up to their acclaimed debut Totem Bells.
Guitarist and singer Ian Jeffs says of Hailstones: "When I first brought the bare bones of the tune into the rock room, (the garage we rehearse in) and the guys started doing their thing, it immediately felt like a keeper.
"After getting into the studio it didn't take long to work out we had the single. We were recording in Fraser Smith’s converted chapel studio, which was the perfect place to capture the spaciousness of the song. Musically, Hailstones represents what we're all about as a band; energy, passion and big songs.
"When people talk to me about the lyrics everyone seems to take slightly different things from it, which I really like. There's a story and images in there, but it's great when you feel like people can make it personal to them."
Hailstones is released on Kiln Records on September 11th.