Methyl Ethel - No. 28

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Methyl Ethel - No. 28

’No. 28’ by Methyl Ethel, the new single out now on 4AD

Video directed by Olivier Groulx.

Director: Olivier Groulx
DoP: Liam Mitchell
Production: Meriah Schultz and Joshua Olson
Choreography: Rachel Meyer

Dancers: Rachel Meyer and Andrew Bartee
Dudes: John Felice, Bernard Houston, and Andre Rheaume

Hair and Makeup: Redia Soltis
Wardrobe: Clayton Evans and Adam Dekeyser

First AC: Jared Boyce
Grip: Scooter Corkle
Second Grip: Simona Analte
P.A: Nathalee Paolinelli


Aussie trio Methyl Ethel turned in a solid debut effort with their far-flung yet fluid album Oh Inhuman Spectacle early this year. We haven’t heard from them since then, but today they’ve come with a new single entitled “No. 28? along with a matching set of visuals. The song picks up where the album left off, but quickly veers into psych-leaning exploration, teasing out the ’70s singer-songwriter vibes that were present but much more subtle on the album. As for the Olivier Groulx-directed black-and-white clip, it features a couple performing a beautifully choreographed dance routine that mixes contemporary and ballroom styles mirroring the genre-melding of song. It’s a video that as simple as it is pretty. 
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