Daysormay made a short homecoming to shoot their newest video for Every thing is Altering mid-pandemic.
The newest video from the indie pop-rock trio, who now name Vancouver dwelling, put Middleton Mountain and Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park within the highlight.
“I spent a lot time there rising up,” frontman Aidan Andrews instructed the Morning Star. “It was actually cool to return there and spotlight these issues.”
The trio had initially eyed up Osoyoos as a possible location for the shoot, however COVID-19 modified the whole lot and Andrews and twins Nolan and Carson Bassett needed to tweak the plans.
With Christian Lai as soon as once more behind the digicam, daysormay hauled heavy digicam and sound tools up Middleton Mountain at daybreak to proceed their story that started within the video for Position Mannequin, that includes Tessa Violet.
The suitcase additionally makes a comeback to the timeline, however Andrews stated his lips are sealed about what’s in it.
“I can’t say loads,” he stated of the curious prop that’s slated to reappear in additional movies. “However it’s safety.”
Every thing is Altering was born on the strings of a ukulele on a tenting journey in 2017, Andrews stated.
“We had simply graduated highschool and type of had this sense like we have been swimming out into the deep finish and never figuring out what to do,” he stated. “As a means to deal with that, we began that music.
However like so many songs earlier than that, it was placed on the shelf for a bit when the boys didn’t know the place to take it from there.
“That one acquired shelved for a bit and we went and did a few excursions and wrote a bunch of different music,” Andrews stated. “We type of forgot about it for some time.”
Whereas the band was digging via demos in 2019, the observe made a reappearance.
“I had completely forgotten about it,” Andrews admitted. “To the purpose the place I didn’t bear in mind the lyrics. It virtually felt like another person had written it.”
The timing was proper. Every thing had modified. Daysormay went from a five-piece to a few, they usually have been rediscovering themselves and their sound.
“It was a chilled factor to listen to at the moment,” Andrews stated of the music’s framework. “It was good to have one thing to concentrate on, that means we weren’t simply specializing in the doubt and insecurity of how issues have been going to work.
“It labored out.”
Timing is one among Andrews’ unstated presents, it appears, because the music Every thing is Altering was made public within the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that has actually modified the whole lot.
Though not intentional, Andrews stated: “I simply discover I’ve bizarre timing with stuff — moments like that the place it simply works out like that.”
COVID-19 hasn’t executed a lot to cease daysormay, although. They trio was introduced beneath the TAG label this previous spring by artist and fan Tessa Violet, they usually have participated in some live-streamed concert events and a digital tour.
However the band misses actual dwell performances.
“It’s one thing that’s been such an enormous a part of this band since we began,” Andrews stated, who promised a house present is on daysormay’s want listing.
“So many inventive selections have been based mostly on (dwell reveals),” Andrews stated. “It’s been powerful to not do this.”
Every thing is Altering was launched onto streaming platforms and a plethora of playlists Friday, Feb. 5, and has already had greater than 30,000 listeners on Spotify as of Feb. 11.
Subsequent on the docket, daysormay is seeking to launch an EP later this 12 months.
“We’re actually centered on placing out our music this 12 months and exhibiting individuals what we’ve been doing in hiding.”