Video round-up: Martha

Today we’re continuing our occasional series of video round-ups with our Sunday indoor headliners – Martha!

Hailing from Pity Me near Durham, vegan straight-edge pop group Martha provide energetic, impassioned pop punk, informed by 90s indie rock and Scandinavian anarcho noir. Formed in 2011 by siblings Naomi (bass, vocals) and Nathan Griffin (drums, vocals) with J. Cairns (guitar, vocals) and Daniel Ellis (guitar, vocals), Martha have fast become a staple of the UK DIY pop scene. They released their debut album “Courting Strong” on Fortuna Pop! in May 2014.

Watch out for mice, a cute dog and an even cuter rabbit in ‘Present, Tense’

Sing along to the cartoon lyrics in ‘1967, I Miss You, I’m Lonely’ (as included on the Indietracks 2015 compilation!)

We hope their next door neighbours are fans, otherwise rehearsal nights could get awkward – ‘Sycamore’!

On tour in the States, and more cute dog appearances, in ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Got a red stripey jumper, a kitchen and an amazing song? Then you’ve everything you need for a music video! ”Move To Durham and Never Leave’