Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Watch: Real Lies Release Music Video For "Deeper"

London brand new bedroom pop trio Real Lies have revealed the video for "Deeper", the first of three double A-side singles they will release on the also new London label Sweet Exile.

About the (long) vocal, Real Lies say:  "it's a confessional monologue about trying to recreate going on holiday in London… Have we tried it? Yeah, we've been doing it for the last three years! When the sun comes out in London there’s no better place."

The video was directed by Rollo Jackson, who explains: "I was trying to capture that feeling of drunken dreamy memories, feelings of total elation and then despair which at times are very close. It’s saying how important those memories and moments can be – things shouldn't be devalued just because they're hazy or distant."

Watch Real Lies going "deeper" below.

Watch: Big Deal Share New Video For "Dream Machines"

London-based duo Big Deal have shared the video "Dream Machines", the third single taken from their recently released sophomore album 'June Gloom', out via Mute Records. 

The song is part of our current playlist www.koolrockradio.com.

About the song, member Kacey Underwood says: "It's either a sad song about dropping out in the ultimate sense, or it's a very optimistic song about forgetting the world and having a good time. Depends on what kind of day it is, I guess." 

The video was directed by Errol Rainey and features the band on tour, playing in different locations and also showing their basketball skills. Watch it below.