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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Tanlines' "Palace" Video Is Required Viewing Before Heading to Phono Del Sol

Posted By on Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 12:05 PM

click to enlarge SCREENSHOT FROM TANLINESINTERNET.COM
  • Screenshot from Tanlinesinternet.com
Phono Del Sol is next weekend, July 11, at Potrero Del Sol Park. But before you head over there to catch some tunes and grab a bite to eat, you need to watch Tanlines' new video for "Palace."

The electronic indie rock duo kept the Netflix theme from its hilarious website going by enlisting the help of Natasha Lyonne (from Orange Is The New Black) to star in the new video alongside Alex Karpovsky (from Girls). The video follows the couple through its various disputes, moments of reconciliation, and fantasies in a way that's both humorous and poignant. It also pokes fun at the idea that Tanlines frontman Eric Emm looks exactly like Karpovsky.

Check out the video, and its highly danceable, melodic, synth-heavy tune below. My favorite part is the one involving extension chords:
Tanlines play Phono Del Sol next Saturday, July 11. Tickets are $30-$60.
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