Gaz Coombes And Danny Goffey’s The Hotrats Reveal Homemade Music Video For Kelis’ ‘Milkshake’ Cover

The Hotrats (Supergrass’ Gaz Coombes and Danny Goffey) have shared a homemade music video to match their cover of Kelis’ classic track, ‘Milkshake’.

The clip was created and edited by Gaz Coombes at home under lockdown. Watch here –

Gaz said:

“The response to our cover of Milkshake has been brilliant and we’d like to thank Kelis for not suing us! Although it’s doubtful she knows who we are, so we’re all good there I guess. Anyway it was made with love and respect so we’re happy it’s brought a little bit of light to everyone right now.

We thought it’d be cool to use this time during lockdown to put a video together. We wanted to create a snapshot of the mad times we had as the Hotrats… a little glimpse behind the scenes. Danny and I worked remotely, hunted down the footage and sent clips and images between each other for a day or two. I also unearthed some surreal old stock footage and lots of cool fan videos from some of those bonkers gigs we did. Then it was just a case of capturing the energy in an edit. It’s our little lockdown gift of milky love to everyone.”

The tenth anniversary of ‘Turn Ons’ follows hot on the heels of Supergrass’ triumphant reunion year marking the 25th anniversary of their chart-topping debut album ‘I Should Coco’, Supergrass’ reunion tour has catapulted them back into the hearts and minds of fans and critics alike.

A special tenth anniversary 3CD/DVD reissue ‘Turn Ons – 10th Anniversary Edition’ will be released June 19th via Edsel Records. With the addition of bonus tracks, instrumentals and live recordings, fans can uncover this one-off project step by step.

‘Turn Ons’ will also be released on a double 10” hot pink vinyl pressing exclusively for Record Store Day 2020, June 20th.

Pre-order ‘Turn Ons – 10th Anniversary Edition’ here.

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