Young the Giant have just dropped the new music video for Something to Believe In, which is the lead single off of their upcoming album Home of the Strange.
The band teased fans with a short clip of the video yesterday, and announced it would be released on July 6th.
The music video adopts an orange, blue, black and white aesthetic, and features abstract patterns constantly moving around the five band members. It’s almost hypnotizing to watch, and the changing colours and fast pace will keep you watching until the end. Plus, Sameer, the lead singer, has some pretty smooth dance moves in the video! One part in particular is almost reminiscent of Drake’s famous dance moves in Hotline Bling.
The video has been well received by fans, who appreciate its artistic nature.
@youngthegiant never disappoints. the new music video is gold
— shalissa (@AlyssaMings) July 7, 2016
If you haven’t heard of Young the Giant, you might be interested in them if you like bands such as twenty one pilots, Panic! At The Disco, and Paramore. They are all signed to the same record label, “Fueled By Ramen”, and share many of the same fans.
The band’s new album Home of the Strange, will be out on August 12th, and is available for preorder now. Young the Giant will also be going on a US and Canada tour starting this September. For tickets and more information, visit their website.
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