Espresso Debuts New Single, ‘Bottles,’ Companion Video

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Independent rock band Espresso debuted the video for its latest single last week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Bottles‘ Thursday. The song and its video are the second from the band is almost as many months. The band debuted its single ‘Three Year High’ and its companion video Aug. 21.

The video for ‘Bottles’ features Espresso’s members — Colin Martin, Dashel Dupuy, Alex Gutierrez-Kovner, and newly added Ardem Gourdikian — performing their respective parts to the song in their own settings. A wall-eye effect is used on the video to enhance the viewing experience as the song plays over the visuals.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Bottles’ is lightly comparable to songs from the likes of Sublime and ‘Dirty Heads. The lyrical content that accompanies the catchy musical arrangement comes across as a statement promoting social unity.

‘Bottles’ is available to stream and download here.

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Espresso Debuts ‘Three Year High’ Lyric Video

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Independent rock band Espresso has been making the best of a bad situation this summer.

The band, which has built much of its fan base through touring nationwide, premiered its latest single in August along with its companion video. The band debuted the single, ‘Three Year High‘ and its lyric video Aug. 21. The pair’s debut came more than a month after the band debuted its then latest single ‘Waiting For You There‘ and its companion video.

The lyric video for ‘Three Year High’ places the song’s lyrics on a sheet of notebook paper while animated images play alongside the lyrics in a sort of late 80s’early 90s style presentation. That presentation matches the song’s musical arrangement, whose catchy, funky, guitar-driven core will itself take listeners back to that era of music.

The lyrical content featured in the song seems to put forth a familiar topic, that of a personal relationship. The line in the chorus stating, “I’ll make it through” couples with a line, such as that in the second verse that states, “You won your spot in my memory/I can’t replace/So close to three/And no on else is interesting/You gave me more/Than I could dream/I shouldn’t care/But it’s hard to stop/There’s no one there/When I just want to talk/Still follow you/But I cannot/I’ll make you through” to hint at the noted theme.

‘Three Year High’ is available to stream and download here.

In related news, Espresso is working on its next single, ‘Bottles.’ Audiences can pre-save the song here.

More information on Espresso’s new music is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/espressoband3

Twitter: http://twitter.com/espressoband

To keep up with the latest entertainment news and reviews, go online to http://www.facebook.com/philspicks and “Like” it. Fans can always keep up with the latest entertainment news and reviews in the Phil’s Picks blog at https://philspicks.wordpress.com.