Premiere: Middle Class Fashion Releases Video For "Wanted" From Jungle LP

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SCREENSHOT FROM THE VIDEO.
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Today St. Louis' Middle Class Fashion releases a brand new video for "Wanted," off of the critically acclaimed Jungle, which came out last year. The performance portion of the video was shot at Nebula Coworking, with additional scenes filmed around south St. Louis. MCF's bassist Brian McClelland, who also runs Blip Blap Video, handled directorial duties, with additional camera work from Dave Moore, Kat Touschner and Joe Taylor.

See also: Jungle Out There: Jenn Malzone Talks Middle Class Fashion's Outstanding New LP

"The staff of Nebula was kind enough to let us take over their building for a late night shoot that produced two videos -- one still yet to be released," explains lead singer/pianist/songwriter Jenn Malzone. "The outside scenes were filmed at multiple locations on Cherokee street, including our practice space at the old Lemp Brewery and the Fortune Teller Bar. In order to get the car shots, Brian attached the camera to the car's windshield and we drove up and down Cherokee."

Jungle is available now on iTunes and Bandcamp, and at local shops Vintage Vinyl, Apop and Euclid Records.

Watch the brand video below:

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