Alternative rock trio Bravesoul have premiered a new music video for the track “Annie” off of their debut EP The Infinite Hourglass. The video follows singer Marty Rod’s struggle during a tumultuous time in a relationship.
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“Annie is a song about being young, unstable, unsure, and in a relationship that’s slowly falling apart despite the love that’s still there,” singer Marty Rod explains. “It’s about the fear of growing up and of commitment, and the idea of being an “adult” in the midst of trying to still learn about love and life. The music video was intended to be a simple and aesthetic expression of that experience – we wanted to express that pensive sadness and uncertainty that seems to reach a tipping point in every relationship that eventually falls apart. The broken down car that he later revisits in the junkyard is sort of the literal “end of the road” for them, and we play with the parallel motions of the past and present as the couple eventually reach that lukewarm ending in the video.” The band will be playing the Palladia showcase at this year’s SXSW Festival in Austin, TX, sharing the stage with Phantogram, Aloe Blacc, Sam Smith and more. For more information head over to Bravesoul’s official Facebook page www.facebook.com/bravesoulofficial. Bravesoul is a 3-piece alternative rock band from Los Angeles made up of members Marty Rod (guitars, keys and vocals), Eric Noble (bass) and Maxwell Breaux (drums), who is a Whole Foods Market team member at the Reston, Virginia store. Managing to blend gritty, soulful vocals with beautiful atmospheres and an adventurous rock sound, they have been compared to modern bands such as Imagine Dragons, Kings Of Leon, Muse and Young The Giant. Their songs are catchy but heavy, intelligent yet raw and filled with emotion. “The Infinite Hourglass” Track List:
- If The Morning Ever Comes
- By Ourselves