Queens-based, urban alternative band Oxymorrons explores the deep thoughts one has after a big loss in their new video for "Hello Me," directed by Eric Schneider. In the song produced by, White Indian, the group's two vocalists tell the story of a man reflecting on a past relationship. These moments of introspection lead to the joyous outcome of self-discovery.
Oxymorrons explained the video to The FADER over email: "'Hello me' is about reflecting on and getting reacquainted with who you were and how you felt before losing something or someone special. Its not about mourning. Its about reflecting, embracing and celebrating not only who you were, but also who you are."
They continued, "As in the video we are in deep thought reflecting on special moments and people while the actors show the narrative of a man reflecting on a time and feelings he had before he lost that special someone. We celebrate together at the end to show that we are embracing our present selves, while celebrating our reconnection with past emotions. "
Catch Oxymorrons on their upcoming tour.
March 19 - World Cafe Live - Philadelphia, PA (3rd Planet Festival)
April 6 - Lupos Heartbreak Hotel - Providence, RI (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
April 7 - Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
April 9 - State Theatre - Portland, ME (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
April 20 - WebsterHall - New York, NY (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
June 4-5 - Eleanor Tinsley Park - Houston, TX (Free Press Summer Festival)