Theatrical punks Felix Hagan & The Family have revealed their highly entertaining video for ‘Kiss The Misfits’, the infectious title track from their forthcoming EP released on November 20th.
Felix spells out their battle cry to the bored masses in this tongue-in-cheek video for ‘Kiss The Misfits’, which draws inspiration from Bob Dylan’s legendary ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’ video. It features a pacey cameo from Frank Turner and a little help from their fans to develop the montage – a plea to reject the bounds of normal life and embrace the madness and magic that swirls at the edges of society.
Felix Hagan & The Family came into being two years ago in the heart of Liverpool’s burgeoning musical scene. They moved to London and honed their brand of theatre-pop over hundreds of gigs around the country, winning great acclaim for their insane live shows, consummate musical skill and total dedication to the audience.
After seeing them live, the band was invited to play a high profile support with folk-punk legend Frank Turner who said, “Within about 30 seconds of them taking the stage, I was sold, a total convert, a newly-signed-up member of the cult.”
The slot opened new doors for the band and summer 2015 saw them perform at prestigious events such as Manchester Pride, Kendal Calling, 2000 Trees festival and Wilderness Festival winning fans across the country. With more of their hair-raisingly entertaining live shows to be announced shortly, it’s time to get the dancing shoes ready – the punks are waiting…