Aussie faves Vintage Crop return with a 7” outing that moves the needle a bit from their tumultuous, rhythm-forward records. There’s still a propulsive pulse, but on “Springtime,” the band lays into a drape of melody, letting a certain wistfulness lace in between buzzing keys and the clash of guitars. The band’s Jack Cherry elaborates on the new single and its accompanying video, “The song was born in the summer, when it felt like winter, dreaming of spring. Our most involved and exciting clip, shot by Melbourne visionary Oscar O’Shea. It follows three parallel versions of Jack, who weave in and out of each other. Each chasing the warm embrace of spring.” The new single is out now from Upset The Rhythm.
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