Holy Oysters share this cool music video for their new song "Methylene Blue"
Well we're all about sharing those rare gems with you and this next one from Holy Oysters is no exception. Described by frontman Max Tribèche as “the most experimental song I’ve ever written,” ‘Methylene Blue’ is a celestial foray into the band’s offbeat psyche. Like their last single ‘Just So You Know,’ ‘Methylene Blue’ draws influence from ’00s R&B, reinterpreted through the filter of the band’s trademark psychedelic pop.
Speaking about the track, Tribèche says: “The song is about a girl, but I was imagining a ’00s R&B girl band singer singing it. The message is from me to the girl in question, but when I wrote it I was really picturing Beyoncé saying to a man that she’s strong and doesn’t need him.” If you like what you hear don't forget to connect with the artists to stay up to date on their new music videos.
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