The Liverpool four – piece’s new single is an anti – anthem for a generation nobly stirred by the cruelty of horse racing and the gambling industry propping it up. “I don’t care if he dies, i t’s entertainment,” sings frontman Sean Murphy -O’Neill in the verse as a rambunctious indie guitar- led sound builds.
In what would have been the ultimate prank, Courting booked a high street chain betting shop as the location for a music video. But, the s hop pulled the plug after closer examination revealed the band
were throwing shade on them. Instead the video finds the band performing in a drab pub chaotically flitting between imagery of televised horse racing, betting , drinking and arguing