London indie rock/dream pop/alt five-piece Margot have revealed the video for their new single "Walk With Me".
The song is out today (June 9) via Full Time Hobby and "is a song about empathy, depression and the power of talking." All channelled by frontman Alex Hannaway's pastel vocal hues and searingly honest delivery. Get it here
The track works as a conversation between someone experiencing a depressive episode and another trying to understand. "It’s about listening, friendship, understanding, I’ve had experiences where friends, family members have been patient, they’ve been persistent and caring, and it’s this that has really helped me in my life" explains Hannaway.
London punk/post punk band Pozi have unveiled the video for their new single "The Nightmare".
The song is taken from their upcoming new EP '176' which will be out on July 3rd via PRAH Recordings. Pre-order your copy here.
“The Nightmare” employs jarring call and response-style vocals to construct a sonically disorientating sound, evoking a panic stricken bad dream or the anxiety felt when trapped in an unnerving social situation.
Although written and recorded pre-pandemic, the title could not be more apt to the world we currently find ourselves in. The video puts the band in a CGI nightmare as reality dissolves throughout the track: "After seeing some of Alfie's brilliant animations we asked him to create a 3D world that visualised the way anxiety can warp reality" say the band. "We had no idea of the pandemic that was about to happen when we first planned the video, so we had to adapt. Alfie helped guide us through this and was full of great ideas.
"It presented us with a unique challenge, as we had to film our parts separately, in our own spaces" says director Alfie Dwyer. "The video is therefore also a time-capsule that expresses the claustrophobia and creativity that the virus has brought out in people."