"Kelly" - The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart [YouTube Official Music Video]

Alex Ash

by Alex Ash

Published October 23, 2014

The Pains of Being Pure At Heart released a new video today, the third from their most recent album, Days Of Abandon. It's for the song "Kelly," which features Jen Goma from Philadelphia psych-poppers A Sunny Day In Glasgow on vocals.

The clip, directed by Art Boonparn, is simple and performance based. The band is playing in a room awash with different colors and trippy projections. The song has a distinct '80s jangle pop sound, clearly showing the influence of such bands as The Smiths and New Order. Altogether, it's a dreamy clip that allows the song to shine.

You can watch their video for "Until The Sun Explodes" right here on Zumic. Days Of Abandon is out now and currently available on Amazon.

For more information on The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, including news, music, and upcoming tour dates, head over to their Zumic artist page.


Source: Pitchfork YouTube Channel

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
Alternative Rock Indie Pop
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