Los Angeles-based rock band Rival Tides have unveiled the new music video for their song 'My Insomnia' - head over to PureVolume to watch the clip, which was shot in and around various locales in L.A.
The band's seven-track debut EP is due soon, and features 'My Insomnia' along with six other tracks that stemmed from recording sessions last year.
Rival Tides used to be called Harris Grade - but with a name change came a re-imagination of the band's sound, songwriting approach and aesthetic.
Said vocalist Robyn August (who directed the 'My Insomnia' clip):
“My Insomnia' is a song I wrote about the chapters in life, including the environment and people that surround them...It also was a song that was personal for me since I struggled with insomnia that year. Which now I realize was due to 50 percent drive, and 50 percent worry about the future and dwelling on the past. Once I got rid of that negative 50 percent, my whole world changed.”
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