Australian duo Husky are back after almost one full year of silence. Here are the visuals for “Late Night Store“, a track that is taken from the duo’s forthcoming third record.
This third record marks the duo’s return to their home country after some time spent in Berlin. Husky Gawenda (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Gideon Preiss (Keys, Vocals) were singing “I’m Not Coming Back” on their 2015’s album “Rukers Hill.” The truth is that they lie: they’re back to Australia and their new song confirms that travels can change you.
Indeed, on “Late Night Store”, their music is loaded with new sounds that are certainly the heritage of their adventures through Europe (and the US). The single is vibrant, wandering, and venturous. As Husky Gawenda admits it:
The video was directed by Lucy McCallum who interpreted the song as a disconnection between inner and outer experience, as the lyrics tell a story of a messy night that is all at once existential, personal, and cryptic. About the video, she added:
Decode the mysterious stories hidden into the visuals of Husky‘s new poetic single “Late Night Store”
“Late Night Store”, which was released early November, is the first track from Husky‘s upcoming third album. Besides this release, the duo will hit the road for their first Australian headline tour since 2014. They will obviously play unheard tracks from their new album as well as songs from their two previous LP “Ruckers Hill” and “Forever So”.[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/289705980″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]