Saturday, July 26, 2014

Vaudeville Etiquette Release "OH" Music Video

Seattle folk-rock quintet Vaudeville Etiquette have released the music video for "Oh" from their critically acclaimed debut album Debutantes & Dealers (Sunyata Records).

The clip, shot during two days in Seattle's Discovery Park (where Seattle legends Temple of the Dog filmed the “Hunger Strike” video), was directed by the band's frontman Bradley Laina and features home footage from the band members' pasts.

"’Oh’ is a potential love song. It points to the prospects of love instead of singing back to it in hindsight," says co-vocalist Tayler Lynn. "We wanted to strip down the composition of the song because it's really about stripping yourself raw and asking to be loved, flaws and all."

"The video incorporates the same elements," adds Laina. "We produced and shot it ourselves, and we incorporated very real intimate moments from the bands' personal lives. This is us at our simplest, sweetest, and most vulnerable."

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