Watch Paul Weller’s new video for “Pick It Up”

Martin Freeman does some DIY

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Paul Weller has unveiled a new video taken from his album, Saturns Pattern.

The clip is for “Pick It Up”, which will be released as a single on December 18th.

Talking about the song, Weller explains: “I was trying to get a Meters vibe to it. Stan (the producer) had a drum loop and I put a funky guitar on it and that was all we had for a while. Eventually we pieced it all together. “Whatever shatters pick it up”: pretty straight-forward message.”


The video for “Pick It Up” features Martin Freeman performing some rather surreal DIY in an orange jumpsuit and wielding a chainsaw. The video has been difrected by Ben Smallwood.

“Pick It Up” will be released on 7” vinyl and as a 2-track Download / Stream, backed by a previously unreleased Dub Mix. A special 7” bundle via includes an exclusive bonus 7” including the previously unreleased track “On Days Like These” b/w “Praise If You Wanna” which was previously only available on Japanese formats of the Saturns Pattern album.

Weller tours the UK in November and December. He plays:


Mon 16 – Belfast – Waterfront
Tues 17 – Dublin – Olympia Theatre
Wed 18 – Dublin – Olympia Theatre
Fri 20 – Brighton – Centre SOLD OUT
Sat 21 – Bournemouth – BIC
Sun 22 – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
Tue 24 – Glasgow – The SSE Hydro
Wed 25 – Newcastle – Metro Radio Arena
Fri 27 – Birmingham – Barclaycard Arena
Sat 28 – Manchester – Arena
Sun 29 – Leeds – First Direct Arena

Fri 4 – London – Hammersmith Apollo
Sat 5 – London – Hammersmith Apollo SOLD OUT

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Meanwhile, the December 2015 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring Kurt Cobain, PJ Harvey, Don Henley, Bob Dylan, Courtney Barnett, Noddy Holder, The Beatles, Neko Case, Ken Kesey’s Acid Tests, Jimi Hendrix and more.

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