Lines has released their new video for their song “You”. The music video for “You” consists of great visuals that capture the songs essence. In the video , two lovers are seen being physical and there is a bit of knife play involved.
“You” shows the love between two lovers. Sometimes love can be addictive almost as if it is something you constantly need in your life if you have ever felt it. The lovers in the music video display their love for one another in a different way. The song is a great representation of a dark love connection and how unhealthy relationships can be. The video shows how toxic your relationship can be no matter how much you are in love.
Lines capture the meaning behind their song perfectly with their video. The video is well put together and makes you anxious for the next video from Lines.
LINES is a band from Stockholm – comprised simply of Erik, Fred, Nisse, and Johan – who just released their new single “Lockdown” as a solid follow up to their previous single “You”. The band’s sound is alternative pop, which is evident especially in their latest release.
“Lockdown” starts off at a slow pace and then begins to pick up as the song progresses. The song makes you want to get up and dance to its beat, boasting pop sounds and a hint of guitar. The song is catchy, with fun lyrics and a grooving beat.
Be careful, the “Lockdown” chorus is bound to get stuck in your head.
Earlier this month, indie pop newcomer Bülow released a visual to go with her mellow, “set him straight” single “Lines”. The video itself is mesmerizing, as it is essentially a repeating gif of the singer, blowing smoke out of her mouth and looking at vinyl on her bed. Comprised of several camera angles, the video traces her profile in dim light, as we make out a simplistic decor behind her, a big map spread out behind her headboard. The video seems to be a good little look behind the scenes into the life of the young musician, as she mellifluously sets boundaries to a steady beat.