Cub Sport’s latest release – Video. It’s an ode to celebrity sex tapes.
Cub Sport have released a new video – it’s called Video, and it features Mallrat.
For the video, singer Tim Nelson describes the concept as an ode to the celebrities who rose from an invasion of privacy and built entire empires out of it.
“I drew inspiration from these icons for both the concept and styling of the clip…” explains Nelson. “For me, Video represents a moment of taking back my power and believing in myself.”
The video is directed by Tim Hardy.
You can catch Cub Sport on their upcoming European tour.
- 12 October – Whelan’s Dublin
- 14 October – Stereo, Glasgow
- 15 October – Deaf Institute, Manchester
- 17 October – Scala, London
Cub Sport are a four-piece from Brisbane, consisting of husbands Tim Nelson and Sam Netterfield, together with Zoe Davis and Dan Puusaari.
Party Pill is about falling in love in secret. An expansion of the story told in their 2016 single Come On Mess Me Up, the track dives deeper into how Tim was feeling at the time of writing that song, and falling in love even though he wouldn’t admit it.
“Sam and I first fell in love when we were 17 but I was super scared of what would happen if I came out and decided it’d be better for us to just be friends…” explains Tim Nelson. “This part of our story had been weighing on my heart for a long time and I’d held onto a lot of shame and embarrassment, but I realised last year that I needed to let go. So, I finally turned the pain of those years into something beautiful and it feels like I’m setting myself free.”
The self-titled album, Cub Sport, is the band’s third studio album but the first since the marriage of Tim Nelson and Sam Netterfield.
“This is the first body of work I’ve created entirely since being out…” said Nelson. “So, in a way, I feel like this is the first album I’ve written entirely as myself and it feels powerful.”
“It’s about the feeling of being completely exposed while Iʼm still figuring myself out…” says Tim Nelson, talking about Limousine. “Itʼs also an ode to deepening developments in love, sex and spirituality. The end section gives me the feeling of some sort of other-worldly re-birthing or shedding of a former self.”
When The Party’s Over
Appearing on Australian radio station Triple J’s Like A Version series, Cub Sport performed a cover of Billie Eilish’s When The Party’s Over,