Toronto-based trio Goodnight, Sunrise have unveiled a new Ryan Brough-directed video for “Remember Now.” The track is a “hopeful song that came out of a time of despair,” according to the band. Members David and Vanessa dated for four years before breaking up this past summer.
“The song is about remembering that beneath the hurt, sadness, and pain that can overcome friendships and relationships, there is always love at the core and if you’re careful and committed, it’s possible to preserve that love even if it’s in a different form,” the band told Indie88. “We originally produced it ourselves, but the tumultuous summer put a hold on the recording.”
Goodnight, Sunrise enlisted the help of producer Derek Hoffman (The Elwins, The Flatliners) to give the song some “joyful optimistic energy,” and it’s clearly worked out as planned. Check out the video for “Remember Now” below.
Brough compiled “a dream scrapbook of the band’s summer” for the video, capturing them loading in and out of gigs, TV stations, and airports.
Nov 24 – Guelph @ DSTRCT
Dec 1 – Windsor @ Phog Lounge
Dec 2 – Uxbridge @ Wixan’s Bridge
Dec 8 – Toronto @ Bovine Sex Club
Dec 9 – Montreal @ L’Escogriffe