Ferris & Sylvester release ‘I Should Be On A Train’ live video

Ferris & Sylvester have released a live video for their new single ‘I Should Be On A Train’, the title track of their forthcoming EP out October 2nd via LAB Records.
The live video has been filmed during lockdown at Streatham Space Project in London. It the captures the intimacy and intoxicating energy of a Ferris & Sylvester live show, even in an empty venue. The band are due to play a headline show at the venue as part of the Streatham Festival, which is already sold out, and a rescheduled date is to be announced soon.
Regarding the live video Ferris & Sylvester say, “It felt so good to play as a band. This song came to life at home, in the comfort of our studio. We would usually play around with a song on tour, try out a few ideas and let it come to life. This time was different. But hitting that first chorus live with drums, electric guitar, lights and cameras felt very special. We can’t wait to play it on our tour next year.


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