Watch: A House In The Trees go underground in their ‘Amazing Gray’ video

The South London group recently released their latest EP.

A couple of weeks ago, South London alt-pop collective A House In The Trees released their latest EP ‘What Am I Supposed To Do?’ via Handsome Dad, preceded by two huge singles in the form of ‘Summertime’ and ‘Tuesday Afternoon’.

Following a sold-out headline show at Bermondsey Social Club last week, the band are now back with a new video for ‘Amazing Gray’. In it, they channel the gray area between elation and doom, submerged in an underground walkway alone. It’s a somewhat woozy clip where the camera is as free roaming as the hypnotic moves – and tumbles to the ground – that the sole protagonist takes.

In their DIY fashion, the collective’s own Geraint Morgan directed the clip, which he has this to say about: “Amazing gray is a term for the feeling when you have managed to find happiness within yourself even when there is no positive stimulus to prop you up - a celebration for when you find a way out of your daily doom”.

Watch the video for ‘Amazing Grey’ below.

Tags: A House In The Trees, News

Your subscription could not be saved. Please try again.
Your subscription has been successful.

Stay updated!

Get the best of DIY to your inbox each week.

Read More