PALMAS Premiere “Flowers” video

Premiering via Interview Magazine, psychedelic indie-pop act Palmas return with the transcendently stunning video for their latest single “Flowers.” A true artistic collaboration between the band and Vice director Michael James Murray, the video captures the group’s notable 60s style in its French cinematic new wave influence, forgoing traditional linear storytelling for emphasis on an impeccably executed aesthetic vision. The fashionable female focal point of Murray‘s vision enraptures audiences with her mesmerizing intimate stare that remains nearly unbroken as the band itself recedes into the background.

WATCH HERE via Interview Magazine.

While retro influences endure at the core of the band, the maximalist yet delicately baroque “Flowers” marks a new direction, both sonically and visually. Beginning when guitarists Matthew Young and Adam Cantiello exchanged their favorite classic surf rock records online while living across the country from one another, Palmas found its footing in the technical artfulness and all-enticing spirit found in 60s pop. With the addition of singer Kurt Cain-Walther‘s inescapable soulful croon as well as the musical stylings of Eric Camarota and Pat Degan, the group harnessed a once lost romanticism to create a sound that completely captivates audiences and ushers in a new phase of modern indie rock.

LISTEN HERE the full debut EP To the Valley on Spotify.

Now with love from Nylon and Noisey and a “rising artist” campaign with Adidas, the band is set to takeover in 2017 starting with plans to release their first full length album.

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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