South Coast quartet Sad Palace have unveiled the colourful video to accompany their latest single, ‘Melody Crux’. Brim-full of grooving attitude, the single is a continuation of the icy pop Sad Palace have already made their name with, just three sharp releases into their career.

Fizzing organs and piercing alt-rock guitars sit atop jazzy breaks, delivered seamlessly by the rhythm section, whilst imperious vocals deliver commanding hooks, breaking at times into infectious falsetto. If the track is channelling late night vibes, then here’s why: “Most of the lyrics were written on a night out, sometimes you go out partying for the night when you really shouldn't. It's a weird feeling, being out dancing and drinking, and then realising you're just not in the mood. The music stays really upbeat as the words slowly deteriorate with the night, because the night doesn't care about your feelings, it goes on anyway.”

Sad Palace’s previous single ‘Frostbeat’ was released on limited edition tape as part of International Cassette Store Day earlier this year, a move echoing their sonic combination of retro and contemporary influences. Check out the video for ‘Melody Crux’ below.

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