New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the exclusive music video premiere for “Lost You To L.A.” by Silver Bars. The music video transforms visuals with stunning cinematography and color spectrums. The prominent features of L.A. are brought to life through the video and the song’s message of being lost in the age of connectedness. The song is off of the upcoming release, Center of the City Lights, which is being released on August 16th via Shifting Sounds.
“‘Lost You to L.A.’ is a love-lost song for the modern era. In theory we’re all connected in the digital age but in reality, people still feel isolated/dropped/misunderstood. Each band member was purposely filmed separately—we’re playing together thanks to ones and zeroes, but you never see that—we are one and also separate, simultaneously, just like the two characters in the song who are still together but moving further and further apart…” – Paula J. Smith
Silver Bars is an Austin, Texas-based band. Their music evokes atmospheric dream pop punctuated with explosive rock crescendos, bittersweet harmonies, and melodic swirls of delayed guitar underscored by resonant rhythms. Band members are Paula J. Smith/vocals & guitar (Midori Umi), KenHatten/lead guitar (Winslow, The Paper South), Stephen Thurman/bass & vocals (The Telewire) and Johnny Wilkins/drums (Winslow, Fires Were Shot). Silver Bars recorded their debut full-length record, Center of the City Lights at Good Danny’s studio in Lockhart, Texas. The album will be released August 16, 2019 by Indie record label Shifting Sounds.
Photo by Nancy Pearsall