THE CHARLATANS: LET THE GOOD TIMES BE NEVER ENDING VIDEO

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may be Charlatans, but there’s no faking the good vibes on the new video for ‘Let the Good Times Be Never Ending’, from recent album ‘Modern Nature’. It seems like Japan is inspiring 90’s baggy bands all over again, as Blur recorded their new album, ‘The Magic Whip’ there. In the video, shot by Libby Burke Wilde the band is taking in the sights, amiably sauntering, and is mixed with joyous concert footage. From the song, the video, the crowd, you get a real sense of happiness and peace within the band. ‘Modern Nature’ is a breath of fresh air, taking in post-punk, Balearic, gospel, jazz, indie and rock influences

If you want to see them in the flesh, or on a much bigger screen, then they’re playing a glut of festivals this summer including Isle of Wight and Latitude