Danish three-piece Black Light White Light unveil the London based video for 'Running'; the new song from their new album 'Gold Into Dreams', out in the US on October 14th 2014 through Danish label Target Records and Icelandic label Record Records.
The video sees the band's frontman board a tube train at Seven Sisters Station in London to find himself amidst the famous backdrop of Piccadilly Circus. In the darkened street, he appears to be walking forwards while everyone else is walking backwards and then remains stationary as people's busy lives take place in speeded up fashion around him. The blurred visual effects of the video and flashes of black and white give the tune a retro feel, which works well with the fuzzy guitars, crackling bass and psychedelic vibe.
The band was formed in 2009 by guitarist and singer Martin Ejlertsen, who then roped in drummer Adam Winberg and bassist Tobias Winberg. 'Gold Into Dreams' was produced by Chris "Frenchie" Smith in Copenhagen. 'His enthusiasm towards the whole recording process in the studio and the creation of songs had a great influence on the band', Ejlertsen recently admitted. As for new song 'Running', he explained that the song 'opened the door to new visions' for him. 'It has so much spirit and attitude in it', he said.
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