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"Rushing" - Nada Surf [YouTube Official Music Video]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published March 07, 2016

CREDITS

 

<h5>Nada Surf "Rushing" Video Credits</h5>

<blockquote>Written and Directed By Emilie & Sarah Barbault
http://www.emiliesarahbarbault.com

Produced by Jean-François Moussié & Jean-Nicolas Risler - FastProd
http://www.fastprod.fr

With Angelica Sarre & Vincent Paquot & Matthew Caws

DP : Newine Behi
Editing : Clémence Garin
Coloring : Gregory Arvanitis

1st AD : Franck Filippelli
Hair & Make Up : Aude Rodet

Intro Sound Design : Jean-Nicolas Risler

Special Thanks to La Coupole: Arnaud Gravat and Marie Lise Rallière - Special Thanks to Armand Barbault and Tootsie Guar</blockquote>

Meeting that special someone can be tough, but in Nada Surf's new music video for "Rushing," they show that all it can take is a friendly smile. Watch the clip above, via YouTube.

Singer Matthew Caws shared with Stereogum some insight about the video:

I’ve known Sarah and Emilie Barbault for a long time. I did the music for two short films of theirs, A Day of Lucidity and Pleurer Des Larmes D’enfance. They shot the video for the minor alps song "Waiting For You." We’d wanted to make another video together for a long time. The song is about the transporting feeling of new love. I wrote it with Dan Wilson. We were writing together to see what it would be like, not for Nada Surf necessarily. It was a really wonderful experience. He has such a great musical and lyrical mind. I was originally hoping that this song would be sung by a woman because while there is (more and more) pressure on men to be attractive, there is still clearly more on women, and this song touches on body-consciousness in the chorus, how the right person can make you forget issues of appearance, and more holistically can pull your mind up out of your body and into a plane of one-ness, of spirit. There’s a line about watching the human river go by, when you’re not participating or can’t find your way in.

We had a great day taking the subway all over Paris and shooting wherever felt good. It was fun to play for the commuters but i’m sure they were wondering why I wasn’t singing a famous song.

Last month, the band shared a music video for another new track, "Cold To See Clear."

You Know Who You Are was released on March 4, 2016 via Barsuk Records. Pick it up on Amazon.

For the latest music, news, and tour dates from Nada Surf, check out their Zumic artist page.

Source: Nada Surf YouTube

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