Bristol two-piece Brockley Forest have dropped a new video for latest single ‘Taboo’ and you might notice a familiar location or two.

Filmed throughout Bristol, the video sees drummer Seb Mccheyne start off as a straight-laced office worker before turning into his true self. First, he bumps into a break-dancer, promptly switching his briefcase for a boombox before running into Friendly Records to be transformed into well, a laid-back looking lad.

Taken from their ‘The Die Has Been Cast’ EP, the video for ‘Taboo’ was filmed and edited by Zoltan Nagy, with a special guest appearance by HoWing Cheung. Check out the premiere of Brockley Forest’s ‘Taboo’ below.

Catch Brockley Forest at one of their dates:

JUL 22 SAT – Harbourside Festival, Bristol
AUG 12 SAT – Dean Lane Hardcore Funday, Bristol
SEP 1 FRI – On The Rocks Bar, Newquay, 
SEP 2 SAT – Ghost Of The Avalanche EP Launch, Bristol
OCT 27 FRI – The Three Horseshoes, Bradford-On-Avon