Too Many T’s – Neighbours | Video

Too Many T’s – Neighbours | Video

Too Many T’s return, and this time they’re bricking it! This LEGO stop-motion animated video for the track ‘Neighbours’ transforms the T’s into minifigs.

Taken from Too Many T’s debut album ‘South City’ – you can read our review here – comes the visual for the track ‘Neighbours’. One of the more light-hearted tracks from the album gets an equally light-hearted video. The song tells a story of unruly neighbours getting in the way of the best laid plans.

Sam Hart directs this stop-motion LEGO animation depicting Too Many T’s vocalists, Standaloft and Leon Rhymes, as minifigs. The video is fairly basic and at times little repetitive, but at the same time it’s quite fun too.

Too Many T’s have grafted hard for six years to build a well deserved reputation and following. Their long awaited debut album, South City, is available now wherever you get your music, including bandcamp.

About Too Many T’s | Too Many T’s have built up a strong fan base with their electric performances and positive vibes stage shows, touring all over the UK over the last four years. They have supported some of hip-hop’s greats including Snoop Dogg, Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul and Public Enemy.

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