Under the name BETWEEN FRIENDS, Los Angeles-based sibling duo Brandon and Savannah Hudson make woozy bedroom pop ballads that explore social anxieties and romance. Today, they've shared a video for their latest single, "orange juice." In the video, the pair pretend to be adults and call up a school to have their humanoid orange friend released early. Check out the Kevin Clark-directed video below.
"orange juice" is a slow-burner, opening with mellow chords before soft guitar plucks gently rock the song back and forth. "Like you best with words unsaid," Savannah coos. "Can we just watch the time slowly go? You know I'm hung on this reality."
“When creating ‘orange juice’ we wanted to write a song that was as colorful as possible,” the duo said about the song in a press release. “Lyrically the song touches on making the ultimate unexpected fantasy out of something as simple as a comedown from a night out. Pairing this with sonics reminiscent of cartoons and a groove made after listening to a lot of D’Angelo’s Voodoo, we hope that the song will take you on a small mental trip.”
"orange juice" is the latest single from BETWEEN FRIENDS' forthcoming EP cutie, which will be released via 10K Projects. The EP will include previously released single "more." On June 10, the duo will play their first-ever live show at Governors Ball in New York.