Indonesian synth pop group Goodnight Electrical have dropped a music video for his or her track ‘Tamat’.
Directed by Dewi Mariam, the music video for the first single taken off their upcoming fourth album, was uploaded on YouTube on Thursday (January 21).
Within the almost six-minute-long video, the digital camera orbits the members of Goodnight Electrical, who solemnly carry out the track, standing in a circle in a darkly lit room. True to the dreamy nature of the monitor, vocalist Priscilla Jamail can also be generally seen in double.
“It seems like one thing is missing if a single is launched and not using a video clip,” the group stated in a teaser of the music video posted on Instagram on January 14.
Watch the music video under.
‘Tamat’, which interprets as ‘Finish’, was launched on November 21. The band earlier stated the monitor was impressed by despair, disappointment and giving in, because it was produced throughout the coronavirus pandemic final 12 months.
The one was additionally a “satirical farewell to the 12 months 2020 that efficiently wreaked havoc on the circumstances”, the band stated in November.
Additionally it is the band’s first monitor to be sung totally by Priscilla. The “boarding name” in the beginning of the track was offered by actress Eva Celia, who just lately sang on Indonesian DJ duo Diskoria and songwriting trio Laleilmanino’s collaborative track ‘C.H.R.I.S.Y.E.’.
Goodnight Electrical’s forthcoming album shall be a follow-up to ‘Misteria’, the third full-length file the band launched in early 2020.
The band’s debut album ‘Love and Turbo Motion’ was launched in 2004, adopted by ‘Electroduce Your self’ in 2007.
Beginning out as a three-piece group comprising Bondi Goodboy, Henry Basis, and Oomleo who all carried out on synths and vocals, the band roped in Priscilla Jamail (vocals), Vicent Rompies (bass), Andi Hans (guitar) to fill out the lineup in early 2020.