Like a synesthesia-induced landscape found within the vivid worlds of films a la Tron or The Neon Demon, Austin + Houston duo Night Drive arrive today with the scattered and lo-fi visuals for their track “Rise and Fall”. The group are also thrilled to announce their debut self-titled record, due June 16th via Roll Call Records.
Explaining the song on Paper Mag, the duo – comprised of Rodney Connell and Brandon Duhon noted,”Rise and Fall is about unexpected change as two people find themselves going in different directions. A sudden and untimely break up. We wanted the overall sound to be a bit dreamy and distant, which relates to that feeling of your life disintegrating and slipping through your hands like smoke, being unable to hold on to it. But we also wanted an energetic intensity to it, which relates more to the feeling of rushing headlong towards an inevitable tragedy and being unable to avert it, no matter what you do or where you turn.”
“Rise and Fall” from ‘Night Drive’ by Night Drive, out June 16 on Roll Call Records Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2oaM5vk iTunes/Apple Music: http://geni.us/RiseAndFalliTunes Video directed by Yoshi Sodeoka Camera Operator: Mark Roethke lyrics: CAN YOU HEAR ME CALLING OUT? CAN YOU HEAR ME CALLING OUT TO YOU?