Sydney raised, LA based indie rock duo, Desert Sparrow, has returned with the release of their music video for their single “Drive,” a very intimate sneak peek into what you can expect on a live performance by the band.
On the video, the duo says: “Drive is about freedom & escape, a constant search for meaning and an identity—being an outsider and trying to find your place in the world.”
“The concept for the music video was to have a female skateboarder as the lead role. Lucy Osinski (in real life) is the founder of a Venice Beach skate crew called GRLSWIRL (www.grlswirl.com) which is a modern-retro all female community focused on bringing femininity to a male dominated skate scene. We love this concept because it’s about breaking stereotypes and building a community.
The storyline in the video deals with everyday problems people go through. Lucy is having a rough day with her job, her mom, her boyfriend; however, she keeps going. She simply finds peace & solace through skateboarding and listening to music. It’s about the importance of finding those small things in life to make you happy.”