Newly-formed indie rock/pop band Free Time has released a music video for their song "Just One". The video was shot using GoPro cameras strapped to the band members' heads, and it follows their day as they wake up, eat, drive around, go bowling, and hang out together. The tiny cameras create some interesting and entertaining perspectives, and show the band bonding and making music together. Check out the video, via Paste.
According to Underwater Peoples Records, the label that represents Free Time, the band is barely one year old, having formed just last summer. It is the brainchild of Australian songwriter Dion Nania, who moved to New York City in 2011 and played with a few other bands before deciding to start his own. With the help of Adrienne Humblet on bass, Jonah Maurer on guitar, and Michael Mimoun on drums, Nania formed Free Time and the group set to work on recording an album. Their self-titled debut was released on May 28th.