Miami-based 4 piece rock band Analog Delivers Headbanging Second Single ‘Tame’ with Music Video – The Hype Magazine

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Published on June 26th, 2019 | by Guest Editor


Analog Delivers Headbanging Second Single ‘Tame’ with Music Video

Miami-based 4 piece rock band Analog is back with their headbanging second single “Tame” from their upcoming full-length album Portable People.  Along with the track, the band has also delivered its accompanying music video, a cinematic thriller of sorts depicting a high stakes affair. 

Directed and edited by Andrés Monsalve, the video tells the story unconstrained desire, a love triangle gone horribly wrong. The intensity of the visuals (for example the symbolic use of red lighting often associated with love and lust, but also danger) perfectly matches the anticipation building tune, boiling over at the crescendo of the chorus. The driving bass line reverberates ominously, the neo-indie meets bluesy hooks catching, and holding the listener’s attention. The lyrics give no allusions to the dark undertones of the track, and it’s ironic title. “Tame” begins with the unnerving stream of consciousness: “Take take take take/What is mine/Fake fake fake fake /One big smile /Out the door, run to your car/Hit the gas, don’t say goodbye.”

The full Portable People LP is set for release on July 5th, the explosive album coming just in time for the 4th of July weekend. Heavily influenced by the city of Miami Analog uses a collage of textures, sounds, and styles that makes for groovy rhythms, catchy lyrics, and unforgettable melodies.

Check out the intoxication video below:

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