Blondfire's heading back to the desert in their "Waves" video.
Didn't we just get back from the desert? Coachella may be over, but L.A.'s Blondfire keeps the sandy dream alive in their new video for "Waves," with Gus Black-directed imagery that skips the beach in favor of warmer, thirstier climes. For the ocean-oriented song, Blondfire's Erica Driscoll heads deep into the dunes, wandering through the the sand and dancing in the camera-melting heat, without even an iced latte to cool her down. (IT IS ICED LATTE SEASON, and no one is more excited about it than us.)
Watch Blondefire's "Waves" video after the jump.
Growing up is weird in the new Blondfire video, "Where The Kids Are."
The central metaphor of any coming-of-age story -- "The Chronicles of Narnia," for example -- often revolves around children passing through an object portal that's meant to represent maturity. That same metaphor is at play in the new video for Blondfire's "Where the Kids Are" from their Young Heart EP. (Noticing a trend there?) The two teenagers in the video pass through the veil of a tent into a world of strange new colors and sounds, and there's a ladder involved that's definitely doing some heavy symbolic work here. Long story short, growing up is weird.
Watch Blondfire's "Where The Kids Are" video after the jump.