Today SAY LOU LOU reveal the brand-new video for single “Golden Child,” the second track taken from the duo’s forthcoming sophomore studio album.
The video for“Golden Child,” which was filmed over the course of 5 days partly on location at Joshua Tree National Park with directorsLaura GorunandDimitri Basil, is a lesson in surreal sci-fi tinged cinema, another perfect aesthetic from the Swedish/Australian twins. On the thinking behind the video, the band describe it as “A dream like narrative about false ideas of freedom – how we are frozen in the roles we are dealt like self-imposed statues, imitated, constructed and systematically kept in our place. Can we break the chain if we don’t see it?” ‘Golden Child’ similarly serves as a stunning reminder of the girl’s musical prowess, showcasing a refreshing new sound that references the old Hollywood golden era and 70’s West Coast with its prevalent guitar licks and crisp drum fills.Say Lou Lou will be performing material from their forthcoming album ‘Immortelle’ for the first time live in New York City and Los Angeles in November. On November 28, they will be performing an intimate show at the Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles, then heading east for a special show at The Park Church Co-op in Brooklyn on November 30. For tickets and more information, go to www.sayloulou.com
NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES 11/28 – Moroccan Lounge – Los Angeles, CA 11/30 – The Park Church Co-op – Brooklyn, NY www.sayloulou.com Say Lou Lou is a musical duo from Sweden and Australia consisting of twin sisters Miranda and Elektra Kilbey. In 2015, the duo released their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Lucid Dreaming’, which featured wildly popular singles such as ‘Julian’, ‘Games For Girls’ and the dreamy ‘Nothing But A Heartbeat’. Since the release of their debut, Say Lou Lou decided they’d reached the end of their relationship with the corporate music industry world and decided to take control of their own artist vision. In order to produce something that reflected where their heads were at as artists and young women today, they turned to the West Coast of the United States and embarked on making “Immortelle”, a time in their careers and lives where the two were able to creatively flourish. The resulting album is a triumph and cements the girls as unique voices in 2018’s musical landscape.