Ivytide – flood lines [Music Video]

Today the Montreal-based trio Ivytide dropped the winter cold music video for flood lines via Indica Records.
An acoustic moody hopeless romantic pop/R&B tune.

About the track by Ivytide:
“flood lines” captures a feeling of newfound innocence after the ending of a recent relationship. Upon reflecting on the past, the protagonist appears conflicted between missing the person and feeling free from them. The song delves into the cryptic nature of the relationship, and displays how together both characters changed after breaking things off, but separately at their core they stayed the same. Written and recorded at a cabin in the woods of Northern Quebec this past December, their location contributed to its raw emotionality and eerie atmosphere.

It’s accompanied by a self-directed and self-produced music video, clashing cold and warm lit scenes against one another, akin to the conflict of vulnerability and comfort. Battling solitude in their own lives, they take a walk to the beach to confront their emotions. “We shot moments both together and apart, contrasting the moments of loneliness, in hopes of displaying the importance of support systems when on a path to recovery. Towards the end of the song, these glimpses of isolation become intense. Even though we may have support systems around us, it may not be enough to escape the feeling of battling adversity alone.”

flood lines gets: 📷📷📷📷📷📷📷/10.

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