Drug Store Romeos’ “Now You’re Moving” video shows blue is the warmest color

Watch the U.K. band’s ghostly new visual.

October 07, 2019

Drug Store Romeos, a.k.a. British teens Charlie, Jonny, and Sarah, craft intricate and intoxicating indie rock soundscapes that belie their tender years. "Now You're Moving" is an ideal introduction to the band's sound, bringing a fresh take on the esoteric end of '90s bands such as Stereolab, Broadcast, and Electralane.

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A video for the song, which captures the peaceful yet somewhat eerie vibe of the song through use of blue lighting, can be seen above.

The band, who are responsible for the video's set design alongside director GG Skips and producer Darius Williams, explained more via email. "The music video was made with the objective of creating a visual representation of the emotion the song gives to us, while also combining key elements of our artistic world such as the acetate mobiles, shadow silhouettes and dark blue lighting."

Drug Store Romeos will play:

Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester (October 12)
Heartbreakers, Southampton (October 17)
Esquires, Bedford (October 18)

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Thumbnail image via Melanie Hyams.

Drug Store Romeos’ “Now You’re Moving” video shows blue is the warmest color