For London based Tempesst, their home based rainy climate doesn’t seem to bring their music down. The four piece rockers have followed up the recent release of the charming “Waiheke” with an accompanying video, speckled with images of the namesake town. Exploring a beach day with the band and their mates, it’s a refreshing peek into the joy nature can bring. Sprinkled with clips of the band in the studio, the video matches the track’s calming wave of lo-fi rock.
Toma Banjanin said of the track, “my girlfriend Summer and I were traveling around New Zealand in a van last summer and ended up staying at her Auntie’s ‘Bach’ (beach cabin) in Waiheke, an island off Auckland. Summer’s Dad stayed with us too and gave me my first Tarot reading and I wrote this song about that conversation.”
Tempesst’s debut EP, Adult Wonderland, is out October 27th, keep up with them on Facebook.