Vistas have shared their latest video “15 Years,” which features clips of their fans practicing isolation during the ongoing pandemic. It’s an uplifting break from the confined routines that we’ve settled in the past few weeks or months. Watch below:
On the video, frontman Prentice shared: “The video for ‘15 Years’ was born out of necessity. We had a lot of plans for the next few months including a trip to SXSW and filming a video for ‘15 years,’ but as the world changed so did our plans. Our fans are the lifeblood of this band and with them being stuck indoors and us having to postpone our tours we wanted to bring them a little joy and fun to break the monotony of isolation life. So here’s ‘15 Years’ and thank you to the fans for making it!”
“15 Years” is from their upcoming debut record Everything Changes In The End, which will be out on May 29th.
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