Elettrodomestico Debuts Music Video for 'Bliss' via She Shreds Magazine

By: Oct. 17, 2017
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Elettrodomestico, release their newest music video for "Bliss" via She Shreds Magazine. "Bliss" is just a glimpse of what listeners should expect from their debut album If You're a Boy or a Girl, coming out October 20th. The song is an angular and robotic-sounding track and the band credit Gary Numan and Devo as inspiration. Watch Video Here

The lyrics examine the age-old human desire to change exterior surroundings in the eternal search for interior happiness. Director Brice Frillici creates a simple but bizarre short black and white film that is oddly mesmerizing. Jane & Pietro's faces are layered on top of each other, creating a third persona that is both creepy and hypnotic. As eyes open and close, the view alternately changes from blue to brown and back again. The visual austerity of this video is the perfect accompaniment to this sparse unforgiving track.

Check out Elettrodomestico on Tour
October 18 @ Sunset Room- Seattle, WA
October 19 @ White Eagle- Portland, OR
October 22 @ Holy Driver- Sacramento, CA
October 23 @ Independent- San Francisco, CA
October 24 @ Atrium- Santa Cruz, CA
October 26 @ Soda Bar- San Diego, CA
October 27 @ Satellite- Los Angeles, CA

You can pre-order Elettrodomestico's highly anticipated new record If You're a Boy or a Girl, via their Bandcamp page.


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