New Dialogue Premiere Music Video For NEON OCEAN
Alt-pop band New Dialogue are teaming up with Earmilk for the premiere of their new music video for "Neon Ocean". Watch the video HERE. The track is off of the band's forthcoming debut EP, out later this year via RED MUSIC.
"The idea of an alter ego type character projection has always been an interesting theme to us and one that we felt sat really well in the feel of this song," states New Dialogue's Taylor Morrow about the video.
"Neon Ocean" is New Dialogue's second track off of the upcoming EP and has been featured on the cover of Filtr's Today We Rock playlist and on Apple Music's Breaking Alternative playlist. The song follows the band's debut track "Fake Smile". Fans can watch the music video for "Fake Smile" HERE.
New Dialogue recently announced that they will be joining Smallpools on their 2019 So Social Tour. The band will be opening the show on the spring tour starting March 8th in Atlanta and ending on March 14th in New York City. The band has previously shared the stage with lovelytheband. For more information on the band's upcoming tour dates and to purchase tickets, visit their website HERE.
The roots of New Dialogue began far from Los Angeles. Born in England and raised in Istanbul, Ela Kitapci left everything behind to seek musical soul mates in L.A. where she met fellow singer Taylor Morrow. There was an instant musical connection. Serendipity united the other members of what would become New Dialogue in 2017. The five musicians bonded over all things including music from bands like The Killers, Local Natives, and Bon Iver to a simple love of the ocean. Living together in a small apartment tucked away in Torrance, CA, they spent a year quietly writing and recording with producer Charlie Park (lovelytheband) before making their live debut in June 2018.
New Dialogue is Ela Kitapci (vocals), Taylor Morrow (vocals), Jason Rodriguez(drums), Michael Sevilla (guitar), and Jeff Badagliacca (bass).
SO SOCIAL TOUR DATES:
March 8 - Atlanta, GA - Vinyl ATL
March 9 - Durham, NC - Motorco Music Hall
March 11 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
March 12 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
March 13 - Washington, D.C. - The 9:30 Club
March 14 - New York City, NY - Bowery Ballroom
photo credit_ Jonathan Hoeg