The animated music video for SeepeopleS’s newest single, “Shame”, is a must-watch. This follow up to their video “New American Dream”, also animated by Pete List (Celebrity Death Match, MTV), portrays a child experiencing the emotions that one can relate to all too well, like feeling like an outsider, entering an imaginable world.
This colorful video is pleasing to the eye and impactful; the lyrics attached with these images make us empathize: “Living isn’t waiting for an angel or a savior,” the band sings. “We never seem to learn from the obvious mistakes … Guess we’ll all share the blame / You know it’s a shame”. Their striking sound and visuals are fitting for the upcoming spooky season. This video is its own world.
“Anti-genre indie pranksters” SeepeopleS have been making music for 22 years via their own RascalZRecordZ. The band, created by bandleader/songwriter/producer Will Bradford, explores genre to the widest degree, and covers all of the bases.
SeepeopleS has performed/toured with acts such as: Death Cab for Cutie, Franz Ferdinand, Cracker, and Phish. They are still on their way up their vast musical journey. Field Guide For Survival In This Dying World, their upcoming eighth studio album, is set to release on Oct. 7. Find more information about SeepeopleS at https://solo.to/seepeoples.
Emma Page, a recent Journalism graduate of The George Washington University, possesses a passion for music journalism and storytelling in all its forms. Originally from Baltimore, MD, when she is not writing, she can be found at a local concert or making music of her own.
As the leader of nineties pop rockers 4 Non Blondes Linda Perry broke down barriers in the male dominates music business and created one of the decade’s most catchy songs: “What’s Up?” Perry released one stellar album with the band before going out on her own.
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