German four-piece F**k Art Let's Dance now present their video for new track 'Sense', taken from their recently released debut album 'Atlas'. The band are currently on their summer 2014 European Tour.
The video for 'Sense' features a dancing duo on an analog television, neon backgrounds and strobe lighting. It's very electronic imagery but the minimalism of the effects emphasizes the dreamy, indie feel of the track. The song is cleverly composed with layers of melodic synth, electronic buzzes and orchestral echoes over a steady rhythm and drawn-out vocals that are a little monotonous but never dull.
F**k Art Let's Dance's new album 'Atlas' has received wide acclaim since it's release via Audiolith recently and they've been promoting their efforts across Germany, the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Luxemburg with their latest summer European tour. The band - who are Nico Cham, Romeo Sfendules, Tim Hansen and Damian Palm - are set to appear at Serengeti Festival in Germany between 15th and 17th August 2014, alongside the likes of Biffy Clyro, Casper, Editors, Papa Roach and Augustines. Sooner, though they will take their place alongside Haim, Bombay Bicycle Club, Jagwar Ma and others for a no doubt spectaculer set at Melt! Festival - also in Germany!
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