Bleeding Rainbow Reference ’60s Cinema With ‘So You Know’ Video
Roughly a month out from the release of Bleeding Rainbow’s fourth LP, ‘Interrupt,’ the Philly quartet has debuted a video for lead single ‘So You Know.’ Check it out above.
Directed by Japhy Riddle and inspired by the 1966 Michelangelo Antonioni film ‘Blow-Up,’ the clip tells the love story of two faceless characters, one of whom tries to change the future by manipulating old photographs.
‘So You Know’ perfectly captures the newly concise approach Bleeding Rainbow took with ‘Interrupt.’ On this record, the foursome claims, they wanted to strip away some of the effects of their previous albums and “get back to writing more straightforward songs.”
‘Interrupt’ lands Feb. 25 on Kanine Records.