2016-11-29T13:16:13-05:00 2016-11-29T13:16:13-05:00

Inland Island explore 90s nostalgia in new video for "Family"

Experimental lo-fi pop project Inland Island are today premiering their newest video for track "Family" via EARMILK. 

In a statement, the act, comprised of Arthur Rossignol-Tassonyi, Ellen Belshaw and Jyotsana Singh, explain that the video flourished upon finding a forgotten VHS camera, which contained "footage of a family vacation in the late 90s". They go on to describe how while "the video portrays a suburban nuclear family, the song itself is less direct, with only one verse being about biological family and the others referring to social and/or cultural families of which we are or have been a part of". 

Watch the video for "Family" below. 

Inland Island are playing in Ottawa, Canada on November 30/16 and in Montreal on December 1/16.

Press photo credit: Bev Belshaw. 

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Indie · Indie Pop · Lo-Fi · Noise · Noise-Pop · Premiere


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