'THERE'S so many photo opportunities for you, amidst other people's misery,” sings Mt. Doubt aka Edinburgh-based artist Leo Bargery, his voice as deep and rich as mahogany on forthcoming single Tourists.

A gutsy, mid-paced brood on the discomforts of travel and the hypocrisy of not allowing supposed green credentials to get in the way of jetting across the globe, it's the first single from his forthcoming EP The Loneliness Of The TV Watchers, out later this year.

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Tourists, like much of Mt. Doubt's output, is backed by indie rockers Foreignfox, and is out at the end of the month as a split seven inch on Scottish Fiction with the Dunfermline band's own anthemic Lights Off, Carry Me Home. The two will then play Dundee's Beat Generator on April 7 and Glasgow's Nice N Sleazy on April 8 and The National are exclusively premiering the video to Tourist on our website from today.

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