'Old Graffiti?' is the second single from Adrian Teacher and the Subs' first EP 'Sorta Hafta', which was recorded at Dub Narcotic studios in Olympia, WA by Calvin Johnson (K Records).
Featuring Julie Doiron (vocals), Adrienne Labelle (violin) and Chris-a-riffic (Piano).
Filmed by Matthew Friesen and Andrew Stratis and Drone Thugs Media and featuring Bailey and Darren.
The country's been thawing in the lead-up to the release of Adrian Teacher's new Sorta Hafta EP, but there's plenty of snow to be seen in the cozy new video for the set's softly sung, Julie Doiron-assisted "Old Graffiti."
The track finds Teacher's baritone and Doiron's hush analyzing relationships with both music and people ("My songs are my friends, they never let me down / They never forget to call, they never leave town"), while a rustic, country-dusted arrangement features additional accompaniment from pianist Chris-a-riffic and violinist Adrienne Labelle.
As for the video, it finds a young couple and their pooch exploring snowy terrains before getting back indoors to tend to an injured hand, as well as enjoy hot baths, fruit smoothies, and a couple episodes of Judge Judy. Who could blame them!
Sorta Hafta will be released May 5. -- Exclaim!
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