(new video-melodic hardcore)Fair Do’s Release Deadly New Video For ‘Candleman’

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At Halloween, Northern shredders Fair Do’s released the video for Candleman, the third single from their debut album Leopards.

This tongue-in-cheek burst of hardcore shows a day in the life of bassist, Josh Sumner: living, drinking and dancing with Death and his corpse-paint covered friends.

The video was created on a grand budget of £50 and stars The Grim Reaper. It also features cameos from Manchester Punk Festival’s Ian ‘Tree’ Robinson and his loveable canine companion DCI Burnside (who you can follow on Instagram @dci_burnside).

Candleman is the shortest and most brutal track on the album, however it’s become a runaway success with fans of fast punk. Leopards was released via Lockjaw Records in July and is available to purchase on pink/yellow splatter vinyl, CD digipack or digital download: https://lockjawrecords.co.uk/fair-dos-leopards/

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Fair Do’s are:

Danny Cummings – Guitar / Vocals
Dave Speechley – Guitar
Josh Sumner – Bass​ / Vocals
John Holt – Drums / Vocals

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Active member of alternative underground scene and culture since early 1990-ies, always thinking and searching how to make the world we live in a better place. Hardcore is a way of life! Dont forget the struggle, dont forget the streets!
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