Club Drive Release Official Video for ‘Spare Time’

British guitar-pop band, ‘Club Drive’, have released the official video for their single ‘Spare Time’, which is out now on NUA Entertainment.

‘Spare Time’ has also been added to BBC Radio 1 Introducing playlist.

This will see the song receive daytime spins from Radio 1’s biggest DJs, including Alice Levine, Dev, Clara Amfo, Greg James, Scott Mills and Adele Roberts – giving ‘Spare Time’ huge audience exposure.

Mirroring the song’s lyrical theme, the video reflects how people behave outside of their normal day-to-day life. Shot in southern Spain, the video following a group of friends on a weekend adventure.

‘Spare Time’ follows the 2016 release of their debut EP, ‘Dangerous’ and sees the band deliver their finest track to date.

Already making a name for themselves across social media and with a fast-expanding and loyal fan-base, this month sees the band take on their first national headline run.

With their Birmingham tour date now officially sold out, the band’s tour is shaping up to be a very exciting one. Tickets are selling out thick and fast in their Manchester and London shows, so head over to the band’s official page, for more information.

Club Drive will also be making a number of festival appearances, including ‘The Great Escape’, ‘Lovebox’, ‘Live at Leeds’ and a main stage slot at this year’s Standon Calling alongside ‘Clean Bandit’, ‘Editors’, ‘Gary Numan’, ‘Laura Mvula’ and many more.

HEADLINE DATES
March 14th – London, The Garage
March 18th – Manchester, Sound Control
March 21st – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge  *SOLD OUT*

FESTIVAL APPEARANCES
April 29th – Live at Leeds
May 18th-20th – The Great Escape, Brighton
July 14th-15th – Lovebox Festival, London
July 27th-30th – Standon Calling, Hertfordshire

You can view the video via the link below.

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