FLAUNT PREMIERE | EASY 'NOTHING NEW' MUSIC VIDEO
Los Angeles-based, rock 'n' roll band Easy formed in early 2017 by Josh Landau from The Shrine, pro skateboarder Don “Nuge” Nguyen, Run The Jewels’ producer Wilder Zoby, Amoeba Records’ Jordan Jones and Ben Brown on synth, debuts a video for “Nothing New" shot by Chris Blauvelt. The track comes off the group's debut EP 'Nothing New', released earlier this year.
The 16 mm film footage is inspired by Gus Van Sant's film ‘Gerry’ intro scene; Matt Damon and Casey Affleck in a lone car rolling for it feels like forever into the desert, into emptiness, before stepping out of the car in the middle of nowhere. 'Nothing New' captures this sense of evasion except this time, it's the beautiful French model and actress Camille Rowe that we observe. Camille had never really driven before but somehow it feels easy to watch her roll away in her total red outfit matching Landau's. "Nothing New is about feeling someone you love slipping away into a downward spiral out of your control and dealing with not being able to help them anymore," explains Landau.
“Nothing New” arrives as the band preps for a hometown show Friday September 7th at The Echo. The evening features some of the best of LA’s current crop of musicians including The Entire Universe, Crush (Cole & Zumi from The Black Lips), DJ set by Blake Anderson & Atiba Jefferson.
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Easy will also play in New York City on October 5th at the Thrasher x Vans "Death Match" party.
Written by Agathe Pinard