Mode Moderne - She, Untamed

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The first single to be taken from Mode Moderne's album 'Occult Delight', released January 21st on Light Organ Records.

Shot, directed and edited by Daniel Rincon.
Lighting and additional shooting by Michael Baier.
Fairlight video synth effects by Josh Stevenson.


Vancouver's Mode Moderne will release their album Occult Delight on January 21 through Light Organ Records, and the shadowy post-punk group have now shared a video for the collection's first single, "She, Untamed."

The song is a jangling goth-pop tune that's consistent with the band's vintage-flavoured sound, while the chorus delves into a noisy, synth-driven dance-punk direction. The video emphasizes the spooky, '80s-esque mood with VHS-quality glitchiness, ghoulish face paint and a Joy Division-style Vox Phantom Special VI guitar.

Singer Philip Intilé said in a statement, "The cat who made our record, Joshua Stevenson, picked up an original analogue video synth at a garage sale and we had to use it. It's great, we love it. It was Daniel Rincon's (the director) idea to use face paint and for me to use a headset microphone. Sean wore a dress. We ate snacks."
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