Ivy Premieres Brand New Video For "Fascinated" From 'All Hours'
Yesterday, Indie-pop trio Ivy premiered their new music video for stand-out single "Fascinated" from their recently released album All Hours on RollingStone.com. Watch the video above.
Songwriter/bassist Adam Schlesinger told Rolling Stone, “We made this video with our good friend Adam Neustadter, whom we've all worked with before. The song has a bit of an old school synth-pop vibe, and so the video features some robot dancing, some vintage synths, and a guy with no face." (See whole feature on RollingStone.com HERE).
Ivy—Parisian-born singer Dominique Durand, Andy Chase and Schlesinger—returned after nearly six years with their fifth studio album All Hours last month. Ivy began life as a lo-fi guitar-based band, but have grown more sonically adventurous with each record. With All Hours, the band took the dreamy soundscapes of their last album, In The Clear (2005), but built these new songs from a framework of keyboards and beats, rather from an acoustic guitar figures. All Hours, which Durand refers to as “a rebirth” for the band, also marks the first time an Ivy album was written, produced and mixed by the band themselves in their own Manhattan studio.
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