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Boys On Film: The Struts Release Lyric Video For ‘In Love With A Camera’

The song is one of the key tracks from the band’s much-acclaimed second album, ‘YOUNG & DANGEROUS’.

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Struts In Love With A Camera
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Fast-rising British glam-rock stars The Struts have released the lyric video for ‘In Love With A Camera’, one of the key tracks from their recent album YOUNG&DANGEROUS.  You can check it out below.

Described as “an unrelenting, foot-stomping attack of infectious riffs and irresistibly sing-along vocals”, ‘In Love With A Camera’ finds the band channelling their idiosyncratic blend of earworm-pop sensibility and attitude-drenched rock grit to stadium sized effect. The performance-based lyric video captures The Struts in full flight and also stars model Laura Cartier.

‘In Love With A Camera’ is the latest to be taken from the band’s acclaimed YOUNG&DANGEROUS. Released via Polydor/Interscope in October last year, the record has been universally acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic including The Washington Times, who hailed them “the best rock ‘n’ roll band of the 21st century”.

In just a few years, The Struts have found themselves embraced by some of the greatest icons in rock-and-roll history. Along with supporting The Rolling Stones, The Who and Guns N’ Roses, Dave Grohl has been effusive with praise hailing them as the best band to ever open for Foo Fighters.

The band have recently completed a hugely-talked about tour of Australia, sold out a headline run of dates across Europe. Their triumphant sold-out UK tour in February saw them garlanded with incredible live reviews from the likes of The Guardian (who awarded them 5/5), Kerrang, Record Collector, Classic Rock and more.

“We’ve always felt really proud of our live show,” vocalist Luke Spiller said in an interview with uDiscover Music. “But first and foremost, we want people who come and pay good money to see a show that leaves them satisfied. And most importantly, we want them to come back again. We’re definitely on a mission to bring the glitz and glamour back into rock’n’roll, but looking fantastic is only part of it – the music has to be the strongest element of this band.”

In the near future, The Struts will be performing at Lollapalooza Brazil on 7 April. Through spring and summer the band will also be headlining shows across North America and performing in Germany, Italy and Japan with further UK dates to come later this year.

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