PREMIERE: Lender Release New Music Video For “Take Your Time”

Kicking off another premiere, we got Indie Rock outfit Lender who is back with the cinematic new music video for their single “Take Your Time.” The video and its theme fits perfectly the ambient rock material.

Lender - Take Your Time

Lender is a trio of SF Bay Area natives who started playing music together in high school. Their original sound drew largely on classic rock and jam band influences, then began to mix in a wide range of modern and alternative inspirations. The result is a unique blend of styles ranging from heavy psychedelic walls of sound, to soft melodic grooves, to floor pounding funk. Along with a strong rhythm section and catchy guitar riffs, you can always expect interesting lyrics and carefully crafted vocal harmonies. They’ve been called a mixture of Beck, The Grateful Dead and Radiohead, among many other influences. However it is immediately apparent Lender has created a sound that is all their own.

Their first album “You Play Me” was produced at Ex’pression College in Emeryville, CA and released in 2014. Their second album “Dad Rock For Moms” was produced by J Jaffe at Studio D Recording in Sausalito, CA, and released in 2016.

Their first music video “Take Your Time” will be released in October 2017, and has been accepted into film festivals across the country and abroad, including the Mill Valley Film Festival, Austin Music Video Festival, San Francisco Dance Film Festival, Kinsale Shark Awards in Ireland and more.

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About RJ Frometa

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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