Canadian band Jesse and the Dandelion takes us into the distorted, abstract waters of indie rock in their new single “Give Up The Gold.” Directed by Dylan Howard, the video shows the band performing in a blank space that quickly glitches as if someone spilled water on your computer. The track is a soothing, warm rock that uses a combination of arrhythmic drums and guitars to craft dreamy, hazy riffs. Watch below:
The track is from the band’s upcoming album, which will be out in September and was recorded alongside with Nik Kozub (Shout Out Out Out Out). Jesse and the Dandelions are Edmonton-based quintet comprised of Jesse Northey, Conner Ellinger, Daniel Sedmark, Travis Sargent, and Dean Kheroufi.
“Give Up The Gold” will be out everywhere on Friday, August 10th.
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