If you’re looking for a way to stick it to the man – specifically the ‘Straight White Man’ – look no further than The Rocking Horse Club‘s brand new video. The Brighton-based band turn everyday sexism on its head in the visuals for latest their single ‘Straight White Man’, with an attitude and sound reminiscent of 90s pop-punk bands like NOFX and The Offspring.
The video was shot in guerilla-style around Brighton, featuring friends of the band who are all in bands themselves including; PussyLiquor, Tilda Allie, and The Meow Meows. ‘Straight White Man’ was recorded in January 2017 with the producer of Demob Happy’s album Christoph Skirl, alongside six other tracks that are yet to be released. The new single and the accompanying video offer a refreshing, witty take on how men might cope if they had to put up with everyday sexist behaviour.
The band have been busy doing “this and that” in Brighton as well as making appearances at Truck Festival, YNOT, and Together The People. Take a look at the video for ‘Straight White Man’ below, and Follow The Rocking Horse Club on Facebook for more updates.
‘Straight White Man’ will be available to stream and download from all major online platforms on July 14th.