The Jar Family play all day in Hartlepool pub for new music video

Members of The Jar Family back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video. Lead singer Max Bianco performing with Dali (striped shirt).

Members of The Jar Family back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video. Lead singer Max Bianco performing with Dali (striped shirt).

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A POPULAR town band hosted a full-day party after inviting fans, family and friends to star in their latest video.

The Jar Family will release their new single, In The Clouds, at the end of the month and they are currently putting the finishing touches to the video to go with it.

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Keith Wilkinson and Dali (striped shirt).

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Keith Wilkinson and Dali (striped shirt).

The popular town group recorded the video at The Causeway pub in Stranton for a whole day this week while drinkers enjoyed the musical atmosphere.

The band, made up of Max Bianco, Richie Docherty, Chris Hooks and ‘Dali’ as well as former Squeeze bassist Keith Wilkinson, filmed the video at The Causeway, in Stranton, earlier this week.

And singer Max said the day turned out to be a huge success thanks to the support of their followers.

Max said: “It was brilliant, everything went really well.

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Lead singer Max Bianco.

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Lead singer Max Bianco.

“We started at about 8am and were there until 6pm, so it was a full day. To be honest it ended up like a bit of a party, or even a gig.

“The theme of the song is a bit like an Irish pub night, so we had people dancing and singing and basically just letting their hair down.

“The video is one of the biggest we have ever done, and it was lovely to see so many people getting involved with us.

“There were people of all ages there, Richie had his kids there and Dali brought his nanna! We’d all like to say a huge thanks to everyone who came and helped us out, and also to the people at The Causeway who were so welcoming for us.”

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Lead singer Max Bianco.

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Lead singer Max Bianco.

The band, who have a busy 2015 lined up with some exciting projects in the pipeline, will take to the stage at The Georgian Theatre, in Stockton, on January 31.

Admisson is £7 on the door, and anyone interested in getting to the gig on a free bus from Hartlepool can contact Samantha Murphy through Facebook for more information.

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Keith Wilkinson and Dali (striped shirt).

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.'Keith Wilkinson and Dali (striped shirt).

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.

Members of the Jarfamily back at where it all started, The Causeway in Stranton, as they record a new video.