Toronto band The Seams have been busy putting out their debut record Meet the Seams via Hand Drawn Dracula. Comprised of members from Fake Palms, Elsa, and U.S. Girls, The Seams have no shortage of talent composing their 60s-esque pop that manages to be both fun and lethargic.
Following the release of their debut, The Seams have released a new music video to accompany their track “Seeds”. If this is the first time you’re hearing about this supergroup, “Seeds” offers the perfect summary of what to expect with this band.
“Lyrically, Seeds is all about guarding yourself,” explains songwriter and frontman Kyle Connolly. “Whether it’s love or friendship or any aspect of your life when interacting with people. Everyone feels it on a daily basis and its all a part of life. But in the end those seeds you’ve sown might mean less than you know.”
The video itself is a retro, lo-fi mashup of images that will probably make you feel a little fuzzy inside.
“It’s like what you remember of a dream…blurred and fuzzy,” describes director Giulia Mazza. “Three girls who only wake up at night, they probably exist only on VHS… with a lot of hair. Almost nothing is as it seems, or maybe it is.”
Take a look at “Seeds” below: