California-based five-piece band Spendtime Palace has launched a sporadic, mustache-riddled music video for its new single, "Blackout Control," premiering completely on Billboard at this time (Nov. 29).
The video's first couple photographs open with autumn leaves falling on a smiling man, a bong taking pictures out (presumably) water, a child in a wrestler masks throwing punches, a pair making out and an apple bursting on the bottom. If that doesn't observe as one clear storyline, the remainder of the clip doubtless gained't do a lot to clear it up, with numerous law enforcement officials (additionally with mustaches), a VR headset and a celebration coming into the combination.
Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard and former Viner Josh Ovalle staff up once more on the venture, with the previous working as producer and the latter because the director. The two co-directed Spendtime Palace's music video for "Sonora," which premiered on Billboard final July.
"Blackout Control" sees Spendtime Palace totally leaning into its surf rock vibes, a route that the band might proceed to discover on its forthcoming early 2019 venture, All Inclusive Romantic Getaway. The monitor particulars frontman Dan Fowlie's struggles adjusting to a long-distance relationship, additionally noting within the tune that "issues button up and switch round when she's again on the town."
"I wrote the tune a pair months after my girlfriend on the time moved away for faculty," Fowlie tells Billboard. "We have been so busy that there was a interval after we didn’t speak in any respect. She was drowning in class work and our dysfunction turned a distraction to her learning. 'Her blackout management' was what I used to explain this era due to her capacity to 'blackout' our communication form of like an influence outage."
Watch the video for "Blackout Control" under.