Los Angeles art pop duo Soft Streak just released their new video for 'Reasonable Lie'. The visuals are a complete throwback to the 70's. Following their debut EP Late Bloomer, the experimental electro-pop band have yet again exceeded expectations with their rousing new release.
Soft Streak have succeeded in delivering a glistening release both visually and sonically. Through warm synthesizers and somber vocals, lead singer Tori Schachne details the monotonous tale of being in a lousy relationship that just keeps going round in circles. The never ending humdrum is further portrayed in the visuals, which show Schachne dressed as a housewife from the 70's who stays at home all day cooking for her husband, until she can no longer take it anymore and she breaks. Devouring the food alone, she enjoys her dinner party for one and it becomes clear that she is getting more thrill from the food than her relationship. From the pearl necklace to the pastel yellow tones and flickering candles, Soft Streak have created their very own arthouse film.
Although coming from a classical and jazz background, both Tori Schachne and Colton Toy showcase their grittier sound in 'Reasonable Lie' with muted guitars and resonating melodies. Be sure to check out the video and keep up to date with all things Soft Streak. Now who wants a slice of pineapple cake?