If you’ve ever wondered what Half Moon Run would sound like with Alt-J’s left-field production and Sigur Ros’ mighty rumble, GOODWOOD ATOMS is your answer. Straddling the line somewhere between these three indie-rock heavyweights, the Vancouver-based four-piece is firmly in a lane of their own. While previous releases found the band embracing a folkier sound, their latest string of singles have seen them explore a wider sonic palette. This is particularly apparent on their single, “Into The Bay,” which is an effortless blend of folk, pop, rock and electronica.
To accompany its release, the band have given the single some well-deserved visuals, which we have the great pleasure of premiering for you today. Directed by the group’s lead singer, Francis Hooper, the video is a heavy, heart-racing effort that features a variety of clips from the band’s adventures through the mountains near their native Vancouver. It, like the music itself, captures the beauty and intensity that can be had when digital meets analogue.
Watch the video above.