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WATCH: Vox Eagle’s New Video For ‘No Sleep’

Vox Eagle are the Aussie-American electro-psych-pop music duo, made up of Andy Crosby and Luke Hamel. They emerged through a strong friendship, after the pair met whilst touring together while part of a previous band. During their extensive time together on the road, they discovered they both had a mutual interest and passion to make electronically influenced music that is both contemporary and relevant to modern styles.

Crosby and Hamel like to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse themselves into the music they are creating: “I think the new locations help to keep the music fresh to use and to inspire different ideas while keeping us focused exclusively on the songs and not distracted by our respective lives.” explains Hamel.

Andy and Luke self-produced and engineered their entire latest EP, which allowed them to take full control over the creative process and the end result is a body of work that is edgy and experimental but also maintains a mainstream appeal.

And now Vox Eagles have dropped the official music video for the first single to be lifted off the EP, ‘No Sleep’.  The track showcases the duo’s signature sound and highlights their use of layered sample beats and catchy hooks.

Speaking about their upcoming  EP, Crosby says: “We wanted to keep the songs fun, lots of rhythmic beat driven stuff, experimental instrumentation’s and synth sounds.” 

You can watch the official music video for ‘No Sleep‘ here:

Vox Eagle’s highly anticipated upcoming EP is due for release on May 26th. You can follow the duo on Twitter @voxeagle.

What do you think of Vox Eagle’s video for ‘No Sleep’? Let us know your thoughts over on Twitter @CelebMix.  

Written by Laura Klonowski

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