Los Angeles-based rock band The Darbies launched the music video for his or her darkish, rowdy single "End of the Love," completely out there on Streets Talkin under.
The tune comes from their first EP, Serpentine Son, made up of 4 songs together with "End of the Love," which was launched throughout the summer time in help of their upcoming fall tour. The video reveals the band jamming out on a rooftop and cuts to scenes of a celebration that has a black-magic vibe full with photographs of ladies blowing candles out straight into the digital camera. The band is impressed by '60s, '70s and '80s rock eras, which is obvious each of their sound and elegance of gown.
"The place the place we had been taking pictures the video and the garments and elegance which we had been in took us again into a unique time interval," frontman Roni Dave stated in an emailed assertion. "Suddenly we felt transported. The rooftop regarded out unto town took us away, an escape from the love that bequeathed us."
Check out the complete video for "End of the Love" under: