Watch a video for John Grant’s new single, “He’s Got His Mother’s Hips”

It's taken from his forthcoming album Love Is Magic, out next month

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John Grant’s new album Love Is Magic will be released by Bella Union on October 12.

Watch a video for the single “He’s Got His Mother’s Hips” below:

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The video was directed by regular John Grant collaborators Casey Redmond and Ewan Jones Morris. “I just thought it was about time for another Peter Gabriel ‘Sledgehammer’ video and John was up for it,” says Morris. “Thirteen animators in total, including us. The highlight for me was 24 hours in the cool drizzle of Iceland to meet up with John, at the height of the British heatwave”.

Casey adds: “Always a delight to work with John. For this disco-tinged track we decided to get some of the hardest-partying animators we knew together for a right old knees-up, and this was the result.”

You can read a candid and entertaining interview with John Grant in the new issue of Uncut, in shops tomorrow (September 20) or available to order online now by following this link.

The November 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with David Bowie on the cover. The issue also comes with two exclusive Bowie art prints, including one previously unseen image. We pay tribute to Aretha Franklin, while elsewhere in the issue you’ll find exclusive features on John Lennon, Tom Petty, Led Zeppelin, Cat Power, John Grant, Blondie, Connan Mockasin, Billy Gibbons, Family, Stereolab and many more. Our free 15-track CD has been exclusively curated by Sub Pop and includes tracks by J Mascis, The Afghan Whigs, Mudhoney, Luluc, Low and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever.

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