Caribou drops new track and music video, ‘You Can Do It’
Get your fluffy fix with the new dog-packed visual
Caribou has shared his latest single accompanied by a new music video, titled ‘You Can Do It’.
Yesterday, the electronic artist - real name Dan Snaith - released the track under his Caribou alias. The last release from Snaith under this name was in 2020 with his seventh studio album ‘Suddenly’, later releasing a remix record.
‘You Can Do It’ is an uplifting new track taking regular Caribou form, the four-minute single was debuted at Green Man Festival where the Canadian artist first teased the new material.
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Caribou headlined Green Man Festival over the weekend, playing his first live show in three years. The Welsh event took place between 19 - 22 August after it was postponed in 2020.
The new music video to go alongside ‘You Can Do It’ is directed by Richard Kenworthy, seeing a plethora of dogs gracefully running to catch frisbees, perfectly fitting for the new feel-good tune.
After not touring since 2018, Caribou has found his feet with live shows once again and is now set to join the bill of more festivals across the summer.
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Starting at Margate’s Dreamland tomorrow (August 26), Caribou will then make his way to Edinburgh International Festival, Lost Village and All Points East.
From October, the Canadian artist will begin a UK tour starting in Liverpool. Check out the tour dates below, and catch the new video for ‘You Can Do It’.
20 – Liverpool, Invisible Wind Factory
22 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
24 – Nottingham, Rock City
25 – Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham
26 – Leeds, O2 Academy Leeds
27 – Manchester, Mayfield
24 – Glasgow, Barrowland
25 – Bristol, O2 Academy Bristol
30 – Brighton, Dome
Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter