We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Lost In Japan’s music video for their new single “Chasing Time” (watch it below). The band commented on the video:
We filmed this video while we were on our ‘Don’t Wanna Let Go tour’ with our friends James Blonde. The parts when it is just Addison (singer) was filmed after the tour in our hometown at Rum Runners. The idea of the video was to give you a nostalgic vibe it was about us looking back at the high points on our tour and remembering the good times we had on it.
The video was shot/ edited by Joel Parker who came along with us for the entirety of the tour and he works wonders. He really pulled this video together and it looked great because of him. This track is our second single we have released and we are very excited to share it with everyone. We hope you like the song and show your friends!
June 16 – London, Ontario at Call The Office
June 23 – London, Ontario at Takeover Fest
About the band:
Lost In Japan could best be described as powerful indie pop rock, drawing similarities to artists such as the Arkells and Tokyo Police Club (in more ways than the geography of their name).
Recent months have brought Lost In Japan into the spotlight of the indie scene in which they’ve shared the stage with legendary bands such as Ivory Hours and Hollerado. Shortly after winning the Free 98.1FM Made In London contest, the Jim Beam Make History Talent Search and winning the honour to play their local New Years Bash at Victoria Park in London, Ontario, they had their single “Animal” (watch video below) featured in London Ontario’s promo video for the 2019 JUNO Awards.
With insightful music, memorable live shows and plenty planned for 2018, Lost In Japan is certainly a band to keep an eye on.