LUCIA has unveiled the new video for a banging track taken from the Best Boy EP, ‘Saturday Is Dead’.

The songstress has now paired the track with some fantastic visuals; reinforcing its status as the ultimate anti-party anthem. Filmed by Neelam Khan Vela and Ronan Park in the depths of the Priory Bar on Sauchiehall Street, the video sees Lucia and Roxy Agogo live out their dream night against a motionless party scene. She said:“I pretty much went into the bar with lots of shiny material, disco balls, cool lights and a smoke machine and attempted to turn it into my dream nightclub.”

Featuring guest vocals from Roxy Agogo, the track is her most immediate and upbeat offering to date; built around a brilliantly infectious chorus that will have you hooked from the outset. With cutting guitar lines making themselves known over fuzzy riffs and driving rhythms, it is another slice of perfectly executed garage pop from the songstress who continues to stir excitement with each release.

Discussing the song, she has said: “It’s about those repetitive nights when the party picture has gone from being great, to being completely dead”. It’s a surprising observation given that the track elicits the opposite response; the ultimate anti-party anthem if such a thing exists.

Introducing a defiant edge to her distinctive vocals, the chorus harmonies transform into gang-like chanting as the track rushes to a finale; drums and guitars let off the leash in riotous fashion. The party may be dead but you sure as hell want to be there.

Already a favourite in her live sets, ‘Saturday Is Dead’ features on LUCIA’s debut EP ‘Best Boy’. It will soon be released on vinyl via Dead Beet Records. Check it out below: