Beaux Gris Gris Video Imagines Bungalow Paradise

Beaux Gris Gris Video Imagines Bungalow Paradise

Beaux Gris Gris Video Imagines Bungalow Paradise video does more than accompany the music it enhances the whole experience. Watch it once and it will be on report an earworm for your eyes and ears.

Beaux Gris Gris & The Apocalypse follow up their breakout single ‘Fill Me Up’ (#3 in the Top 100 UK Blues Radio Chart, #7 Most Played on Planet Rock Radio UK – 1.7million Impacts) with the visually stunning video for ‘Bungalow Paradise’. The song is a romantic drift through a landscape of West Coast Americana and Folk, showcasing the eclectic nature of the band’s new album ‘Good Times End Times’ (#11 Most Played – IBBA Radio Charts UK April 2022).

Sit back watch and listen. Beaux Gris Gris and the Apocalypse deliver a sensory sensation. Do not blink as the video is filled with gifts for your eyes, scrumptious landscapes, cosmic wonder and the distilling of every day in a bungalow. Dreams collide with reality as the lyrics are captured visually through superb cinematography and quirky animations. This video does more than accompany the music it enhances the whole experience. Watch it once and it will be on report an earworm for your eyes and ears.

Beaux Gris Gris Video Imagines Bungalow Paradise

The video, directed by the band’s own Greta Valenti and Robin Davey, builds directly on the themes from within the song. It is full of kaleidoscopic colour and imagery with a distinct David Lynch vibe. The pair, who have won numerous awards for their film and documentary work, use a collection of stock imagery infused with the video filmed from their own environment in Southern California, to build a dreamlike journey through the American West and beyond.
 

Beaux Gris Gris Video Imagines Bungalow Paradise

“I often think about what the world will be like when I’m at the sunset of my life and I imagined a tale of a dystopian future through the lens of an American cowboy song.” Greta explains.
 
Robin Davey adds, “Visually, we were inspired by pop collage art. We felt the dreamy nature often seen in today’s digital static art would make for an interesting world to fully immerse ourselves in.”

Tom Dixon’s thoughts when he reviewed the album Good Times End times …  Bungalow Paradise starts with brushed drums and Greta sings sweetly of looking at a caveman from the said bungalow. Listen to the complex backing as the piano, bass and guitar flourishes are so clever. The blues then joins in properly with an exquisite slide solo that is about three hours too short.

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