Orchestral indie popsters the Bone Chimes will be releasing a self-titled EP later this summer, but before it arrives, we got your first glimpse at the new video for "High Line."
Hailing from New York City, the five-piece is fronted by Tobi D'Amore and features friends and fellow musicians Ben Dobay (woodwinds/keys), Tom Rizacassa (bass), Vincent Byrne (drums) and Alessandra Migliaccio (vocals/keys). With their eclectic mix of instrumentation and charming pop sensibilities, the Bone Chimes are ready to follow-up their debut album In the Muck.
"High Line" is an upbeat number, and while it's driven by D'Amore's acoustic guitar at its core, groovy keyboards, double bass, horns and female vocal harmonies boost it up more than a few notches.
The clip sees the fun-loving band delivering the tune riverside, under bridges, behind the bar and on an empty subway platform. It tells the story of the group coming together - with D'Amore marching up to everyone individually, introducing the viewer to each bandmate. The motif of elevated platforms is a nod to Manhattan's High Line Park, though the footage was shot in the band's home borough of Queens.
The video was directed by Dan Komarinetz and produced by Benjamin Roach of Queens, NY-based production company Lefty Motion. -- Exclaim!
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