Pale Angels May Say ‘You Don’t Dance,’ but You Just Might
The U.K.'s Pale Angels sit somewhere between Bob Mould and Nirvana on the track "You Don't Dance," employing some of the sunny power-pop that has been the focus of the former's songwriting, while roping in the latter's lazy vocal drawl. The track, culled from the band's Recess Records LP, Daydreaming Blues, due in November, is also the recipient of a brand spanking new video, courtesy of the Shellshag crew. The video, which plays out like one of the late '80s VHS "DIY music videos" that were so popular at theme parks across the U.S., features the band performing the song while psychedelic effects move in and out of the frame. Check it out above.