2016-05-11T13:00:07-04:00 2016-05-12T09:46:04-04:00

tiny deaths pay homage to the weird magnificence of Minneapolis in "The Gardener" [Video Premiere]

EARMILK is excited to premiere the latest music video from electro dream pop duo tiny deaths for "The Gardener," the second single off their new EP Night Flowers. Consisting of singer-songwriter Claire De Lune and producer Grant Cutler, the groups charming indie sound is represented visually through various scenes taken from around their hometown of Minneapolis. De Lune's honey touched vocals, matched by an infectiously catchy guitar melody and bass line, are both ominous as they are colorful. The sound truly comes alive through scenes taken from their recent live performance within an art museum. This video provides a very intimate interaction with the band and the sincerity of the various scenes allow fans to experience a real world sense of the vibrant melancholy that's so unique to their music.

"We wanted the video to be sort of equal parts documentary and paying homage to our weird, wonderful city. When we decided to play a show at the Walker (a world renowned modern art museum here in Minneapolis) with Joshua Light Show (a timeless psychedelic liquid lights show that's been around since the late 60s and has collaborated with everyone from Julia Holter to Jimi Hendrix), we knew we had to document it. The song "The Gardener" is really dark lyrically, but at its heart, is a dance tune. Our collaboration with Joshua Light Show really captured the spirit of the song." Claire De Lune

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Photo credit: Zoe Prinds Flash

Indie · Main Stage · Music Videos · Videos


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