Your Favorite Enemies - Underneath a Blooming Skylight

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Your Favorite Enemies - "Underneath a Blooming Skylight" [Official Music Video]

Channeling Andy Warhol’s eclectic and dazzling avant-garde movies, as well as New York City’s excessively euphorical essence and self-destructive imaginary subculture, the video is also a heartfelt homage to the 1960’s psychedelic spirit incarnated by the youthful and broken underground muse Edie Sedgwick. 1st single off “A Journey Beyond Ourselves”, the video sharply pictures the song’s emotional state of confusion and its alienating affective entanglement. 

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Your Favorite Enemies is a Canadian alternative rock band that was formed in Varennes in 2006 by Alex Foster (vocals), Jeff Beaulieu (guitar), Sef (guitar), Ben Lemelin (bass), Miss Isabel (vocals and keyboard), and Charles "Moose" Allicie (drums). The band is now established in Drummondville, in a former Catholic church that they have transformed into a studio. The members of the band have remained the same since the beginning.

The band members have been influenced by bands such as The Clash, The Ramones, The Cure, Noir Désir, and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and has a sound that ranges from alternative rock, to shoegazer, new prog, and noise rock.
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Artist: Your Favorite Enemies
Video title: Underneath a Blooming Skylight

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