New Orleans’ quartet Video Age is back with a new single and video titled “Blushing.” It’s a starry-eyed piece with 80s flair that indulges in romance. According to the band, “‘Blushing’ is a song about deep, passionate love that lasts forever.” Directed by Molly Valdez and Judson Valdez, the video feels straight out of 90s TV:
On the video, the Valdez shared:
“Our concept for the Blushing music video follows one person through their hazy night out, searching for the feeling of romance. They carry a bouquet of roses with them all night while they sit at the bar, drink, write little notes on napkins (the song lyrics) and dance, waiting for the moment of the night to happen. By the end of the night, they’ve found what they were looking for. We filmed the video through the course of one day using several old 90s handycams, writing the song lyrics on hundreds of napkins, and destroying multiple bouquets of roses.”
The track is from the band’s upcoming record Pleasure Line, which will be out on August 7th via Winspear.