Anteros are celebrating girl power. The London four-piece’s latest single “Bonnie”, produced by Charlie Andrew is an ode to girls; a call to arms for women to unite in the face of adversity rather than competing against each other.
Inspired by the Rocky films and Netflix series Glow, the visual incorporates jaw-dropping choreography, a characteristically vibey performance from the band and an adorable pug by the name of Frida dressed as a chicken…
Speaking about the video, frontwoman Laura Hayden, who co-directed the video with James Ayling, says: “This is my first co-direct, it was so much fun being completely involved in the project from start to finish. We wanted to work towards something that ties the double AA side together. Love, equality and Women Power: working together instead of against each other. The video was choreographed by Darcy Wallace. We shot the video at the iconic Repton Boxing Club in London, and we could not have been more lucky with the team. Everyone was hands on from start to finish, helping us cover the boxing ring ropes with roses until the very end.”
“Bonnie” is garnering huge BBC Radio 1 support for the bitter dream pop outfit, who are currently in the studio working on their debut album due for release next year.