Watch the heart-bursting new video from Beverly

Frankie Rose's new band premiere the monochrome Honey Do, which sees US teens larking around in the sun

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Beverly Honey do

Lo-fi pop singer Frankie Rose has a new band, Beverly, with Drew Citron, the live keyboardist for The Pains of Being Pure At Heart. The black and white video for their sweetly scuzzy – and very catchy – first single "Honey Do" is packed with nothing-to-do teens that wear The Dude T-shirts, stare at peacocks and fall in love with the world around them and each other. Basically, Gummo in reverse. The ideal soundtrack for grabbing an iced coffee with friends, eating too many strawberries, or breezily flicking through magazines indoors – whatever's your summer jam. The track's taken from Beverly's debut album Careers, out July 1 on Kanine.

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