R&B/Soul Singer-songwriter duo MULHERIN unveil a moody new music video for their latest single “Friends”, out now via Stem. Made up of Memphis-bred twin brothers Parker and Marshall Mulherin, MULHERIN are gearing up for the forthcoming release of their debut EP ‘Human Nature’ due out in September. They are also long-time collaborators and producers for The Internet the band.
The video for “Friends” compliments the hushed vocals, delicate harmonies, and hypnotic electronic elements of the track with it’s slow motion, sensual and moody scenes. Marshall and Parker wander around a dimly and blue lit building in their hometown of downtown Memphis. The brothers sing to a lover about ending this relationship on a new page and just staying “friends”.
“With this video, we wanted to keep it as minimal as possible and just let the colors and the location speak for themselves; it’s really about capturing the mood of the song. We almost made it a one-shot but decided we shouldn’t go that minimal, and I think we’ve found a happy medium. Our friend Michael Rees shot it and we edited it with him,” MULHERIN explained of the “Friends” video.
MULHERIN, comprised of Marshall and Parker Mulherin, is an R&B duo and identical twin brothers from Memphis, TN. They produce, write and sing – having developed their own strategy to attain unsigned success thus far. The pair started playing drums at a very young age and began producing beats and writing songs while studying at Loyola University in New Orleans.
Putting their music before all else, the two have earned reputations as emotionally complex heartthrobs that never fail to deliver. Often compared to Frank Ocean, MULHERIN find their niche in the ever-developing R&B scene by incorporating hushed vocals, delicate harmonies, and hypnotic electronic elements into each new single. By experimenting with new sounds and melodies, they find a way to keep one step ahead of the genre that is becoming more and more commercial.