Big Boy Bloater releases I Love You promo

Big Boy Bloater And The Limits have released a video for their track I Love You But I Can’t Stand Your Friends with TeamRock.

It features on the band’s latest album Luxury Hobo, which was released last month via Provogue/Mascot Label Group.

Bloater tells TeamRock: “I thought it’d be great fun to reverse the rolls on this video and have me being stalked by a super fan who wants me all to herself and uses her voodoo to pick off the rest the band.

“The Limits are the most fabulous musicians – but when it comes to acting I don’t think we’ll be bothering the Oscars. When the director shouts, ‘OK pretend you’re dying in agony,’ it’s hard not to burst out laughing – especially with the rest of the band watching. Look out for the smirks of pain in the video.”

Bloater will head out on the road in May in support of Luxury Hobo.

Big Boy Bloater And The Limits 2016 UK tour

May 08: Birmingham The Glee Club
May 12: Southend Cliffs Pavilion
May 13: Bury St Edmunds The Hunter Club
May 14: Tunbridge The Forum
May 15: London 100 Club
May 20: Oxford The Old Fire Station
May 21: Winchester The Railway
May 26: Leicester The Musician
May 28: Poole Mr Kyps

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