Published Sep 18, 2012As previously reported, Tamaryn is dropping her second full-length Tender New Signs next month, and will support the album with a series of North American tour dates, including stops in Montreal and Toronto. Offstage, she's repping the set with a new hazy video for album track "Heavenly Bodies."
The track is likely one of the many "gigantic rock'n'roll epiphanies" the record purportedly possesses, with shoegazing six-strings and Tamaryn's irresistible breathy vocals enveloping the ears. As for the video, it stars the singer in some sort of hotel room that's flooded with projected visuals, from ocean scenes to forest backdrops. We hope she doesn't lose the deposit on the room, though, as she totally soaked the carpet with her sopping mop of tangled tresses.
The video also features unsung post-hardcore guitar guy Rex John Shelverton, who has been playing that beat-up white SG since his days in Portraits of Past in the '90s. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right?
As previously reported, Tender New Signs arrives October 16 through Mexican Summer.
You can watch the video for "Heavenly Bodies" courtesy of Gorilla vs. Bear below.