Selahphonic premiere DIY creative video for “Easy”

Following on the release of their catchy and addictive new single “Easy”, Sunshine Coast-based indie-pop quartet Selahphonic just premiered a funny and creative DIY video to go with it! You can also download the track for free!

The video was shot in the streets of Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. You can follow the journey of a sales-yard inflatable through the city. Despite his lighthearted spirit, the video actually describes the sad and difficult story of someone desperately looking for the rest of his kin…


As the frontman Jamie Coyle details it:

We pondered for quite a while on what to do with an accompanying visual to ‘Easy’. It’s a song about perseverance so you would naturally assume a deep and profound narrative would be appropriate; however, in the end the creative think tank just wouldn’t click.

So through our frustrations, we decided to just have a good ol’ LOL and take a more light-hearted approach with the interpretation via an inflatable tube man borrowed from a second-hand car dealership. Crisis averted! Unsure if we ever returned that tube man though… oops

With the self-directed video for their catchy track “Easy”, Selahphonic depict the emotional journey of a sales-yard inflatable!

Selahphonic, which comprised of Jamie Coyle, Tim Doecke, Joel Boldero, and Dave Meikle, will bring their four-to-the-floor indietronica pop tracks on stage in WOLLONGONG (RAD BAR – October 7) and SYDNEY (OXFORD ART FACTORY GALLERY BAR – October 8). Meanwhile, you can download “Easy” for free via their official website!

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