Self-confessed Anglo-Irish multi-instrumentalists Saturday Night Gym Club unveil a psychedelic video for their trippy new track 'Suddenly The Feelings Are Ours' which features on their second EP 'The Nowhere Team' available now to download.
The video was created by Paul Higham and is a simple for thought-provoking montage. It begins with a blurred image of a person in the behind some fuzzy coloured lines and patterns before changing in time with the music where we see silhouetted people dancing through a chaotic, coloured, kaleidoscopic world. Throughout, there is a brief flashing image of person looking to be in deep thought, as if this is all going on in her head. It's grainy, like poor graphics, which emphasises a retro theme as the trip hop sound itself feels very nineties. The repetitive, echoing vocals feels like an undercurrent on this track which is synth heavy but with a summery dance drum beat.
The group; who are vocalist and sampler Alan Sanderson, synth player Conor O'Kane, bassist Nick Crowe and violinist/ synth player Tom Bounford; return after a successful turn with their debut EP 'How To Build A Life Raft' which even lent itself to a TV commercial. 'Suddenly The Feelings Are Ours' follows their acclaimed lead single 'Terra Firma'.
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