For a track inspired by Beyoncé, it’s just impossible to make an uncool video to go with it. Canadian alt-pop quartet ROMES has just dropped their music video for “Out Of It” where it features the coolest child that channels Queen B swagger. Directed by the band’s very own drummer Nicolas Amadeus, “Out Of It” makes you reanalyze your own childhood and wonder if this dance prodigy does any kid-like things – like watching Paw Patrol. Watch below:
“We’ve been playing ‘Out Of It’ at our shows this year and have always had people come up to us after the shows, asking what it was. Inspired by the fans passion for the song, we decided to go back into the studio with Tony and record a studio version” explained frontman Jacob Alexander. “The writing was inspired by Beyonce. I just imagine Queen B on stage doing that leg move she does, belting out the lyrics.”
ROMES is comprised of siblings Jacob Alexander (vocals) and Nicolas Amadeus (drums), Andrew Keyes (bass), and James Tebbitt (guitar) who met while attending school in Ireland. They broke into the scene with their 2017 self-titled record, which included their hit songs “Believe” and “Summer Sound.” The quartet is currently working on their sophomore record, so stay tuned.
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