Watch: Strangers – “No Longer Lost”

11 Sep

Strangers No Longer Lost video

Just the other day we mentioned how Strangers have been spoiling us recently. The London based synth-pop threesome has been giving us freebie after freebie with their monthly free download day (which occurs on the first of every month until Christmas), and they even gave us a bonus download with their recent Arctic Moneys cover. The goodies don’t stop either as they have today released a brand new, and fantastic, video to accompany August’s free download, “No Longer Lost”.

The track, we said, is full of “compulsive and groovy synth sounds with infectious beats and a stirring chorus” and likened it to a really tasty choc-ice. Strangers said it is ”a haunting tale of lust and obsession”.

The video was produced, directed and filmed by Leo Neelands, Jim Parsons and Mark Curl; a trio who have collectively worked on mega-movies including 28 Days Later, Harry Potter and Zero Dark Thirty. This is their first ever music video and the collaboration with Strangers came about after they heard the song and wanted to get involved. Yep, it was as simple as that.

If we were the British Film Board, we’d tell you that the video contains ‘moments of mild peril’ but we’re not, so you’ll have to find that out for yourselves.

We can tell you that the video matches the urgency of the tune brilliantly and while, sadly, there are no choc-ices in the video, there is a little bit of lust, a fair amount of sinister creepiness, a femme fatale, a mysterious figure in the shadows, a cameo from the boys themselves and a club scene that features people not so much getting legless as, well, you’ll see…


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