Polyphia Crush Music Video

The Skinny: Polyphia is now premiering a new music video for “Crush” from their highly anticipated sophomore full-length Renaissance. “We filmed the video in a small town called Marfa, as it’s known to be a great location out in the deserts of East Texas that has really beautiful landscapes,” shares guitarist Tim Henson. “This song originally started as an idea from our producer Nick, and blossomed to be what it is now after Scott [LePage, guitar] and I got ahold of it. This is definitely the ‘Hold On We’re Going Home’ song on the album, meaning the poppiest. We chose to premiere this song next, as the first one released was one of the heavier songs, this one is one of the lighter songs to show the diverseness of the record.”
Renaissance was recorded with Nick Sampson (Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men) who co-produced the album with Polyphia guitarists Tim Henson and Scott LePage. Renaissance introduces a new conceptual and artistic direction for the trio’s sound, vibe and visual aesthetic, that sees the band embracing their eclectic musical tastes (which include EDM, hip hop, pop and classical music) to create their own innovative blend of technical, yet melodic instrumental arrangements.

Please enable JavaScript to view the
comments powered by Disqus.

The Skinny: Polyphia is now premiering a new music video for “Crush” from their highly anticipated sophomore full-length Renaissance. “We filmed the video in a small town called Marfa, as it’s known to be a great location out in the deserts of East Texas that has really beautiful landscapes,” shares guitarist Tim Henson. “This song originally started as an idea from our producer Nick, and blossomed to be what it is now after Scott [LePage, guitar] and I got ahold of it. This is definitely the ‘Hold On We’re Going Home’ song on the album, meaning the poppiest. We chose to premiere this song next, as the first one released was one of the heavier songs, this one is one of the lighter songs to show the diverseness of the record.”
Renaissance was recorded with Nick Sampson (Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men) who co-produced the album with Polyphia guitarists Tim Henson and Scott LePage. Renaissance introduces a new conceptual and artistic direction for the trio’s sound, vibe and visual aesthetic, that sees the band embracing their eclectic musical tastes (which include EDM, hip hop, pop and classical music) to create their own innovative blend of technical, yet melodic instrumental arrangements.

Source: Pure Grain Audio