Ferris & Sylvester Show Us The Price Of Narcissism In “London Blues”

It’s not cheap

Photo: Ferris & Sylvester – London’s Blues (Official Video) YouTube

London duo Ferris & Sylvester gives us a glamorously retro portrayal of the price of narcissism in their new video “London Blues.” Directed by Neil Pymer (Aardman Studios), the video features a woman who seduces a man with a giant ego that eventually leads to a costly consequence. The track is an upbeat folk pop piece that serves as a reminder to stay humble. Watch below:

“We had a lot of fun building up the ideas for this one with Neil. He was really interested in how the song moved, with its dark undertones put to an upbeat rhythm. The song is all about being a narcissist and the greed that comes with it; and nothing shows that more than seducing a man, tying him up and covering him in lipstick.”

“London Blues” is from the duo’s latest EP Made In Streatham, which was released earlier this year and already built millions of Spotify streams. The duo has some shows coming up this month so go holla at them:

10/8 – Dingwalls (London, UK)

10/15 – Vicar Street (Dublin, Ireland)

10/17 – RNCM Concert Hall (Manchester, UK)

10/19 – Cadogan Hall (London, UK)