Germany-based pop band Mimi & The Mad Noise Factory have unveiled a video for their track 'Get Me Back' which, having appeared on their album 'Nothing But Everything' earlier this year, also features on the soundtrack of British romantic comedy 'Love, Rosie' which is scheduled for release on October 22nd 2014 and stars Lily Collins and Sam Claflin.
The video sees a heavily made-up Mimi sketching in a chair surrounded by lights, as resonant clips from the movie flash up periodically. The vibrancy of the visual fits the track's dance-y pop beat, which in itself marks an appropriate addition to the comedy movie's sound, presenting a liveliness with the passionate vocals and upbeat melody.
The band released their first album as a group 'Nothing But Everything' in March 2014, a follow-up to Mimi's 2011 debut record 'Road To Last Night'. 'Get Me Back' has been produced by English producer Stephen Street, who is best known for his work on albums the likes of The Smiths and Blur, as well as Mimi's personal heroes The Cranberries. The song follows the band's recent single 'Heartbreaker'. Mimi has recently been touring with the likes of Imagine Dragons and Biffy Clyro and will play a string of dates with Nessi in November.
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