Mint Royale's latest single from their Dancehall Places album, Blue Song - is released today (27th January) in shops around the country.
The video, "a mini-heist flick" for the single is directed by none other than Spaced director Edgar Wright.
It stars, among others Noel Fielding, Julian Barratt, Nick Frost (Spaced's Mike) and Michael Smiley (Spaced's Tyres).
The video is featured on the CD-single, and is also available on most of the usual music video channels.
It's also available online, in realplayer, low quality Windows Media and High Quality Windows Media.
It recent weeks it has also featured on BBC's Liquid News, Channel 4's Born Sloppy. Popworld took a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video, which, if anyone has a copy, I'd be interested to see.

The video is the latest of a recent string of music videos directed by the Spaced director. He will be showcasing Blue Song -- and other videos at the National Film Theatre in London next month.

The Mint Royale website is at: faithandhope.co.uk