Here's yet one more under-the-radar indie rock album to get excited for this yr: Austin's Moving Panoramas leveled up huge time with their forthcoming sophomore launch, In Two (due Feb. 22 on Modern Outsider Records). Already able to promoting a trendy, shimmery, harmony-laden pop music (assume Warpaint or Dum Dum Girls) they've tapped right into a driving, propulsive urgency on their new materials, which additionally contains some surprises.
Their model new music, "ADD Heart," mixes in some metal guitar to provide an sudden alt-country taste to what's already a really convincing single -- jarring and catchy, mysterious and lingering. The better part is it arrives a cool, cryptic video you'll need to play again a number of instances. It's far and wide, and that's form of the purpose.
"I actually needed to seize the sensation of not with the ability to focus," director Willi Patton tells Billboard. The "ADD Heart" video throws the band members into disarray, as they act out a frenzied gig at a cool downtown membership, then get trapped in a collection of more and more Black Mirror-ish (pseudo?) realities.
"I work in movie and tv so up till this level, I’ve just about produced and directed our movies with a DIY one- or two-person crew," vocalist-guitarist Leslie Sisson tells Billboard. "I discovered the onerous manner how exhausting it may be to concurrently lead a video manufacturing whereas additionally main a report launch. I made a decision at hand over the reigns this time [to Patton and producer Rachel Kichler] and to avoid wasting sanity whereas gaining a brand new perspective."
New views are one factor the clip has in abundance. Watch it under, premiering completely Billboard. And in case you're into "ADD Heart," positively try "Baby Blues," In Two's earlier single. The album is up for pre-order here.