Slacker rock quartet Bull share homemade music video for “Love Goo”

York-based slacker rock outfit Bull are often melodic, sometimes frantic, dynamic and always unpredictable. Comprised of Dan Lucas (lead guitar, vocals), Kai West (bass, vocals), Tom Beer (rhythm guitar, lead vocals) and Tom Gabbatiss (drums, vocals), the four-piece isn’t your typical lo-fi indie band. Their latest single and music video “Love Goo” is evidence.

Recorded in Amsterdam and partially inspired by a TV show that singer Tom Beer had watched shortly before it was written, “Love Goo” talks about the space between two people where the truth lies. Bull’s newest creation also hints at the matters of collective consciousness, gender fluidity and the future of peace, love, and understanding.

The song is accompanied by a DIY music video created by bassist Kai (bass) who took a bunch of short two-second clips shot on a VHS camera he bought for £9. The different bits in the music video show the band on their December 2018 tour with Canshaker Pi, in Ijland studio in Amsterdam and then chronologically into April around some UK gigs.

Watch the music video for “Love Goo” below and catch Bull on their September Northern Europe and UK tour.

Live Dates:
Sept. 13th – Copenhagen / Swapfiets Bike Shop
Sept. 15th – Amsterdam / Filmtheater Kriterion
Sept. 16th – Hasselt // Muziekodroom (with Squid)
Sept. 17th – Rotterdam / Roodkapje (with Squid)
Sept. 23rd – Leeds / Hyde Park Book Club (with Spiral Stairs)
Sept. 24th – Glasgow / Broadcast (with Spiral Stairs)
Sept. 25th – York / The Crescent (with Say Sue Me & Perspex)
Sept. 26th – Penrith / Fell Penrith
Sept. 27th – Manchester / Soup Kitchen (with Spiral Stairs)
Sept. 28th – London / The Victoria Dalston (with Spiral Stairs)

For more Bull music head over to Spotify.