Southampton based punk rockers MISS VINCENT have released a brand new music video!
The new music video, for the track The Lovers, is taken from the band’s forthcoming EP, Something Else, which is scheduled to be released in May. Speaking about the new song, vocalist and guitarist Alex Marshall says, “the title refers to a famous pair of skeletons that were buried together in an embrace, called The Lovers of Valdaro as I’ve always been enamoured with the macabre beauty of the romance surrounding that story, and it fitted the theme of the song perfectly. It’s, unsurprisingly, a love song. But, it’s different from most in that it’s a pretty fundamental song, rather than a specific situation. It’s about doubt – looking back at past mistakes, how you could have acted differently and how it may have turned out if you had. Looking at missed opportunities – things you didn’t do, or maybe did do… and worrying about what the future holds, how you can avoid making the same errors and try and not screw things up. With all that said, the main message is that no matter how much you worry about it, it doesn’t change the past or predict the future but it can ruin something good, so the best way to go is to love without limits. That’s what is really important. We chose The Lovers as the first song for people to hear because it felt like the most natural thing to do. In that sense, it’s pretty indicative of what to expect from the rest of the record – honest and perceptive punk rock songs with great hooks that are a statement of identity for us. This is the kind of music we’ve always wanted to make and not to say that we’re not proud of our previous releases, because we are, but this record feels so, so right.”
Watch the official music video for The Lovers here:
Alongside the release of the new music video, MISS VINCENT have also revealed the track list and artwork for the upcoming EP. Both of which are available to view below:
1. Cold Hands
2. The Lovers
3. Lost and Forgotten
4. Beauty In Darkness
5. The Western Shore
Something Else is set for release on May 19th via Uncle M.
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