London LTW new band favourites The Inevitable Pinhole Burns have shot a video for their top tune ‘Finite Amount of Lunatics’.

New band of the day: The Inevitable Pinhole Burns

The street scenes in the clip were filmed from the passenger seat of singer Jim Rhesus’ car as it hurtled through the streets of Bethnal Green in East London. Have a butcher’s…

The album, ‘Lost And Still Confused’, can be downloaded from here:

The band have upcoming dates in London and Guernsey and are planning a tour of Germany in the summer. Meanwhile, the band are working on an EP of new material, ‘The August Disturbances’, planned for the end of this month.

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