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Miami Horror Releases New Video for “I Look To You” feat. Kimbra


Melbourne Australia psych-electronic group Miami Horror have just released a brand new video for their track “I Look to You” off their debut album Illumination, out this week.

The video and track feature the Melbourne-based chanteuse Kimbra, who, just last week, was praised by Perez Hilton, comparing her to the likes of Nina Simone, Florence & The Machine and Bjork. Throughout the track, she brings a dreamlike, wistful quality to the funked-out, horn-laced jam.

Directed by Phillip Sage, the clip finds Kimbra wandering a sweltering, mostly barren landscape, as the video gradually descends into a string of psychedelic mirages. As Kimbra engages in a Tai Chi-esque dance and the sun beams down, surreal camerawork begins to take over, echoing the psychedelia-infused track. Water dissolves into clouds, images are mirrored and intersecting, as steam rises from the scorching ground.

While the band began as just one synthesizer-obsessed producer huddled over a laptop, Miami Horror has since become fleshed out into a full live band, playing unmissable sets at Australia’s biggest festivals, not to mention some A-list support slot call ups for everyone from Phoenix, Friendly Fires and La Roux to a hand-picked hook up from Lily Allen.

Be sure to catch Miami Horror when they make their way stateside in September!

Miami Horror Tour Dates:
Fri. 9/3 – San Francisco, CA – Mezzanine
Sat. 9/4 – Costa Mesa, CA – Pacific Festival @ Triangle Square
Sun. 9/5 – Las Vegas, NV – Beauty Bar
Thu. 9/9 – Chicago, IL – Double Door
Fri. 9/10 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
Sat. 9/11 – Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
Wed. 9/15 – Miami, FL – Liv
Thu. 9/16 – Dallas, TX – Granada Theatre
Thu. 9/16 – Dallas, TX – PM Lounge (DJ Set)
Fri. 9/17 – Austin, TX – The Phoenix
Sat. 9/18 – Santa Monica, CA – The Central

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