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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Watch the Tropics Traipse Around San Francisco in This Video For "Take You Home"

Posted By on Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 3:21 PM

click to enlarge The Tropics - BENJAMIN WALLEN
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Sometimes, in the middle of reading the 10,000th blog comment of the day about how San Francisco's gone to shit, it can be good  to remember that — if you take a deep breath, step back, and tune out the hum of the Google buses for a moment — this is a damn beautiful place to live. 

That's the overwhelming feeling we're left with after watching this new video for "Take You Home," by S.F. indie-pop five-piece The Tropics. The song was previously a vinyl-only track on their debut EP, Wind House , out last October on Breakup Records; now, thanks to S.F. director Frank Door (the man responsible for the video for the band's single "Fireproof," an excellent shot-by-shot remake of the video for Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch’s “Good Vibrations"), the track gets some breezy, local-love-filled visuals all its own, with the band's adventures around the city interspersed with live footage from a December show at Brick & Mortar Music Hall. 

Check it out below. The Tropics play the Rickshaw Stop on Jan. 16, opening for the Swedish popster Tove Styrke.  

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Emma Silvers is SF Weekly's former Music Editor.

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