PREMIERE: Boleyn’s new single Lonely Man is a fuzzy slice of brit-pop brilliance

Sydney five-piece Boleyn have unveiled the video clip for their new single Lonely Man, and let us tell you this: If you haven’t already been paying attention to this band, it’s definitely time you started.

Lonely Man is the follow-up to Back Of Your Head, which was released earlier this year… and sees the band further develop their sound into something pretty special.

Sydney group Boleyn have dropped the video for the incredible new track Lonely Man… and if you’re not already on the Boleyn bandwagon, stop kidding yourself and come join in on the good times.

While their previous single was a raucous, two-minute slice of hard-hitting rock n’ roll, this new release flaunts a softer side of the band, showcasing their versatility.

The new track is a warm and textured slice of hook-driven brit-pop that feels simultaneously nostalgic and fresh; a wonderful melting pot of fuzzy guitars, driving percussion, and effortlessly captivating vocal delivery.

Lonely Man‘s accompanying video traverses through black and white footage of the band performing live to a packed-out room… and Boleyn definitely have plans to lay down some more huge sets later in the year, so keep your eyes peeled and head along to a show.

For now, do yourself a favour and watch the new video for Lonely Man above.