Independent rock band Sleeptalk debuted the video for its latest single over the weekend.
The band debuted the video for its new single ‘100x’ Friday. The video features the band performing its new single in a well-lift loft style backdrop and intertwines that with footage of people standing in front of a window in a dark room. The light creates a silhouette around each person, so audiences are not able to actually fully see the person, but rather the person’s outline.
The musical arrangement at the center of the band’s new song is a light pop-rock style work that is a good fit for any Top 40 mainstream pop radio programmer’s play list. Front man Anthony Fitzpatrick talked about the arrangement in a recent interview.
“Instrumentally, we wanted to go back to our roots and write something that has that genuine Sleeptalk vibe, while continuing to enhance our sound and grow as a band,” he said. “The songwriting process started with the main keyboard riff accompanied by the bass line which gave the song its groove and feel. After finalizing it, we think it gives off the perfect blend of modern alternative pop and rock music.”
The lyrical theme featured in the song is a social commentary of sorts, according to Fitzpatrick.
“Lyrically, ‘100x’ is about trying to convince your close friend that no matter how much your opinion on something might be hurtful, you are telling them because you want what’s best for them,” he said.
‘100x’ is available to stream and download here.
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