Flashlights played one of the first shows I went to after moving to Orlando. Since then, the band has done incredible things for themselves. They’ve earned infinitely more fans; their music has continually progressed, and they’ve toured the country. Their latest video is for “Islands,” a horribly conflicted song where emotions of the past crash in a dramatic car accident. The video plays off these emotions. We see an old slide projector. Memories flicker through the lens and into our brains. Our reflections of these events lead to fond nostalgia and cold regret. Sometimes about the same recollection. The video’s film-like warmth adds a personal attachment – it may have actually been shot on with film. The haunting piano that closes the song/video is painful reminder that the past is just that. Enjoy.
Fresh video from LA-based slacker duo, Sego. This feels like MGMT before MGMT sucked. Enjoy.
Longtime Central Florida favorites, Flashlights have released a video for “Blue Dream,” a slacker-tinged cut from their new album, Bummer Summer. Enjoy.