"Double Dutch" - A Sunny Day In Glasgow [YouTube Official Music Video]

Alex Ash

by Alex Ash

Published September 22, 2014

Philadelphia psych-pop group A Sunny Day In Glasgow released their second video off their most recent record, Sea When Absent, for the song "Double Dutch." It is directed by the band's vocalist Jen Goma along with Luisa Conlon, and you can watch it above.

The video takes the title of the song very literally. It focuses on feet doing rhythmic double-dutch inspired jumps without a jumprope. One set of feet shows some extremely deft coordination as they do these moves on the ledge of a building. The clip revolves around a simple concept, but it's certainly a playful one.

Jen Goma talked about why they chose to do a video for this song in a press release:

It was always one of my favorite songs on the album. I wanted it to be a single but, everyone said we couldn't have a one minute single. So now we have a single, one minute video instead.

Sea When Absent is out now on Lefse Records. The album is currently available on iTunes and Amazon.


Source: Lefse Records YouTube Channel

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