Childhood Takes Us To Parisian Chaos In “Too Old For My Tears”

Music in the City of Love.

Photo: Courtesy of Grandstand Media & Management

Take a break from your routine and hit the City of Love with Childhood’s new video “Too Old For My Tears” where the singer captures all the dynamics of the city – tourists, historical landmarks, hair-raising performance and urban chaos. The song is a classy rock/deconstructed psyche piece that takes you into a novel, retro space. It is the type of melody that feels comfy and familiar, but at the same time has invigorating elements to it that scratches your novelty center. Watch below:

“Too Old For My Tears” is from Childhood’s sophomore album, Universal High, which is out now and has already received wide acclaim from the media. In regards to the album, Ben shared that it “represents many things to us as a band. It signifies change, both musically and mentally whilst also revisiting influences that confounded our interest in music in the first place. What I think is noticeable is the direct nature of the songs and its influences. Being surrounded by soul music, classic pop songs and music with any form of groove all my life, these influences began to speak for themselves within these new songs we were writing.”

As of now, Childhood has some show dates coming up:

11/6 – Brudenell Community Room (Leeds, UK)

11/18 – The Grand Social (Dublin, UK)

11/19 – Hare & Hounds (Birmingham, UK)

11/21 – Broadcast (Glasgow, UK)

11/22 – Deaf Institute (Manchester, UK)

11/27 – Patterns (Brighton, UK)

11/28 – Scala (London, UK)