Published Apr 04, 2013Chains of Love still haven't quite figured out when they'll deliver their sophomore LP Misery Makers, but in the meantime, the retro-pop unit have dropped a video for one of its songs, "Follow Me."
Rather than re-explore the girl-group sounds of earlier work, the new track is an energized tribute to jumped-up and jittery psychedelic rave-ups form the late '60s, with Felix Fung's guitar bends taking a journey straight to the centre of your mind. Nathalia Pizarro's smokey vocals filter through just as sweet, though.
Visually, Owen Ellis' clip utilizes a number of extreme zooms and two-colour filters to capture the band tackling the track in their practice space, or having a puff on a couch. You can check it out down below.
While a firm date has yet to be revealed, Misery Makers will apparently drop via Manimal Vinyl/Frenchkiss Label Group sometime in June.