The Brighton five-piece band are always on the go, from recording to touring to hosting their own club nights, now they’ve released a new video for latest single ‘Paper Kiss‘.
The Island Club have been gaining a lot of attention since the release of their first song, ‘Let Go‘ last year. The indie-pop group have now released another taster of what to expect in latest video, ‘Paper Kiss‘.
When the band aren’t hitting the one million stream mark on Spotify with ease, they’re hosting their own club nights in their hometown, Brighton, selling out in a matter of days, with the next one pencilled in for May 17th at The Haunt.
The video sees the band performing their latest single on a stage to an audience of office workers at their desks who appear oblivious to the fact the band are playing in front of them. The point of the video, as explained by the band is “the corruption of money and how it can change people“.
‘Paper Kiss‘ is an upbeat track with a catchy hook, supported with a solid beat that’s a lot of fun to listen to, giving off the same kind of uplifting vibes that Metronomy provide. A compelling story told of the corruption money can cause but despite the intense message ‘Paper Kiss‘ puts across, it’s still a delightful track to dance around to.
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