Des Moines based garage-rock/post-punk 5-piece Foxholes, are gearing up for the release of their forthcoming self-titled sophomore album. Following the band’s debut full-length ‘Can’t Help Myself,’ their sophomore release delivers more strong hooks and expansive tracks. Featured on the new project and premiering exclusively on GroundSounds is the video for “Sunny,” it’s pure sonic goodness that will take you on one wild ride.
Frontman Trevor Holt had this to say about the music video for “Sunny”:
The concept came from this fear of having a mind debilitating disease in the later phases of life where you can’t readily access memories and can no longer live independently. For the video, I wanted to put a (little) lighter spin on it and do this Thelma & Louise type thing where an old man and his granddaughter go out for an afternoon for some fun but things escalate more and more and they find themselves on the run. The boyfriend character was added to as an audience surrogate in a way. In the video, the girl and her grandfather’s behavior keeps escalating, and I wanted someone there with them who’s along for the ride but at the same time kind of appalled by the situation.
Check out the video for “Sunny” below and grab a copy of Foxhole’s self-titled sophomore album it’s slated to drop on May 26th.