Broadbay urge you to let yourself go in their ‘Part Of Me’ video

By Ben Tipple

The deeply cinematic video for Brighton via Northampton trio Broadbay’s ‘Part Of Me’ carries the same message twice. Not only does it depict a man at the end of his tether, letting loose for the first time, it also shows the outcome of Broadbay’s decision to just run with an idea.

“It was filmed in Oslo, Norway by our friends,” the band explain, referring to cinematographer Sirus F Gahan and director Emilie M. Norenberg. “We had literally nothing to do with it to be honest!”

It’s a gamble that has paid off. The video takes the perceived message of the track (which is equally excellent, by the way), and gives it the full works. Very few music videos offer as much of a viewing experience as this one.

“All credit goes to them, it’s their interpretation of the song,” Broadbay agree. “We couldn’t be more happy with what they’ve done and can’t thank them or their team enough.”

‘Part Of Me’ is taken from Broadbay’s forthcoming ‘Living Room’ EP, due for release on February 26th via Stuggletown Records. They will be hitting the road with The New Tusk in March, with further details to be announced.

The ‘Living Room’ EP launch will take place at Quadrant in Brighton on the 26th February, with the band joined by Birdskulls, Muskets and Beachfape.

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