The Joy Formidable Perform 'Little Blimp'
Song about figuring out 'the people you want to keep close,' says singer Ritzy Bryan

On July 10th Rolling Stone and Canon teamed up for a special pop-up concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music featuring a performance from British rockers the Joy Formidable. Now you can check out a clip of the trio performing a blistering, bombastic rendition of "Little Blimp," a track off their latest release, Wolf's Law that frontwoman Ritzy Bryan says is about "one of those years where you figure people out, you figure who the people you want to keep close, those very special types of friendships you want to keep hold of." (The song is not, as drummer Matthew James Thomas has cracked, about the inside of his trousers).

Photos: The Joy Formidable: A Day in the Life

The Joy Formidable has just released a brand new four-song EP, Silent Treatment, and you can check out the video for the title track as well.

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