Happy Accidents Release New Single/Video 'Text Me When You're Home'
London Indie-Punk trio Happy Accidents are pleased to present the video for their latest track ‘Text Me When You’re Home’, which is out now via all good digital retailers.
A plaintive and honest track about cat-calling and street harassment sung from the female perspective by drummer Phoebe Cross, she says of the new single: "The song's about the inherent threat of walking home alone at night that often comes with being a woman. There's a constant fear of the unknown because of the fact that unwarranted interactions such as being shouted at, or worse, are all too common. I shouldn't have to take my safety for granted, and we have a long way to go to overcome this ingrained societal misogyny." The video was again made by the band themselves, as guitarist Rich explains: “The idea behind it is that it's a moving painting, made in collaboration with our friend Jono Ganz who did all the album artwork. It's also a teaser for the stage setup of the headline tour - expect houseplants!”