Video: Delorean "Destitute Time"
- Words: Leo Maymind
Barcelona synth-pop band Delorean has been gearing up for the release of its next full-length, Apar (due on September 10 via True Panther), and while we've already heard the quartet's stratospheric "Desitute Time" single, its intriguing visual accompaniment appeared just today. Interspersing high-energy performance footage with a tale of a young couple in various states of harmony and discord, the video adds another dimension to Delorean's Balearic-leaning track. The themes of the clip seem to focus on the fact that life isn't always as bright as it may seem, which makes for a thought-provoking take on a song that retains its catchiness through repeated listens.
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