Thursday, May 12, 2016

Golden Age - Tinted Windows

New York-based trio Golden Age have today unveiled their new single along with accompanying music video (directed and edited by Conner Reddan) for "Tinted Windows". Sydney Sahr, the electrifying front-woman of Golden Age, was raised by a family of storytellers with a penchant for tall tales. Her favorites were those told by her grandfather who wove great mythologies around the characters that frequented the bars he owned in New York in the 70s. For "Tinted Windows" Sydney digs into these nostalgic and fantastical themes with lyrical beauty and cinematic pop landscapes. Drawn to the fine line between love/hate, pleasure/pain, joy/suffering, past/future, Golden Age will continue a legacy of storytelling with the release of their first EP. Heroine, due out in July.

Speaking on the track, Golden Age says:

"'Tinted Windows' is about giving in to the pull of an enigma, which is a bittersweet sensation. It's torturous to give yourself to someone who can't be vulnerable in return. The lyrics reflect that struggle. But sonically 'Tinted Windows' is almost joyous because it feels good to surrender. I think if you're putting yourself in harm's way (which is sort of inevitable in love), you might as well go down dancing."

For the release of "Tinted Windows," Golden Age has teamed up with ReverbNation's artist development incubator ReverbNation CONNECT's The Watch List, which brings the most promising rising artists to fans, positioning themselves to play a pivotal role in curating the next generation of stars.

Watch the video for "Tinted Windows" below.

Premiere via The Fader.

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