Meadowlark have unveiled the official video for their new single ‘Headlights’. Directed by the band’s very own Dan Broadley, the video is one continuous shot which called for some meticulous advance planning. Speaking about this approach, Dan explained: “The video for Headlights began as a creative concept, a video shot all in one take, seamless and constantly in motion. The expressive dancing explores many of the complex emotions that fuel a relationship, the passion, the rage, the bubble that encapsulates both bodies. Meanwhile Kate and myself weave in and out of this energetic routine, narrating the story from the lyrics whilst remaining invisible to the characters.”
‘Headlights’ is the latest single from the Bristol based boy-girl duo and follows two recent standalone singles ‘Paraffin’ and ‘Quicksand’, both of which have gained Meadowlark widespread acclaim for their captivating pop melodies and lush production. Signed to Believe Recordings (James Vincent McMorrow, Gavin James), the band have a debut album on the horizon for 2017.
Having embarked on their own UK headline tour in September, Meadowlark will be back out on the road from next week supporting Aquilo. Tickets for the October dates are on sale now.
17 Oct – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
18 Oct – The Wardrobe, Leeds
19 Oct – Ruby Lounge, Manchester
21 Oct – O2 Institute, Birmingham
22 Oct – Patterns, Brighton
24 Oct – Scala, London
25 Oct – Thekla, Bristol