London-based quintet stings the practice of thoughtless consumerism in their new video “Bees” where they use clips of bees and our modern society, including the infamous ‘Egg Boy’ incident during London riots, to speak to our consciousness. The track is a jangly pop piece that has an incessant infectious buzz made up of progressive and psychedelic elements. Embracing the sociocultural conversations that are taking place and promoting more activism, “Bees” is an anthem that calls for all of us to seek truth. Watch below:
“‘Bees’ is a song about making sure we continue to ask questions, demand answers, and consistently make more progressive choices today than we did yesterday.” shared songwriter Lucinda Duarte-Holman.
Formed back in 2016, Alaskalaska made waves across the media with their self-titled EP and 2018 singles “Meateater” and “Monster.” The track “Bees” is from the quintet’s upcoming album The Dots, which will be out on May 3rdvia Marathon Artists.
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