The Computers Release New Video For “C.R.U.E.L.”

By on October 27, 2013


A little known fact is that Exeter, an historic town nestled into the southwest boot

of Great Britain, has had a thriving punk rock scene since the genre’s inception

around the late ‘70s. It was bands like the Scabs and Avant Gardeners who may

have led the way for The Computers, who crashed onto the UK scene around 2008

with their debut mini-LP You Can’t Hide From The Computers,  a 7-song hardcore

bum rush featuring songs like “Teenage Tourettes Camp” and “Love The Music,

Hate The Kids.”

Here we are just a few short years later, and while the band’s sound has become

more refined, drawing in garage, soul and even pop influences, the Love/Hate

theme still pervades. And so it is with The Computers’ second long player, Love 

Triangles, Hate Squares that was released on One Little Indian earlier this year.

Check out the new video for “C.R.U.E.L.” over at Vevo. Directed by Carl Shanahan,

(who also directed the band’s videos for “Disco Sucks” and “Love Triangles, Hate

Squares”) “C.R.U.E.L.” was shot in Paris, where The Computers are facing

heartbreak in the romantic city.

More on The Computers:

Official Site




Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.