Mystery Jets – Bombay Blue | Music Video
Mystery Jets have shared a cinematic new video for Curve Of The Earth cut, “Bombay Blue”. The band released album number five back in January.
The track is an earnest, soaring, acoustic effort. When the drums and bas kick in, it adds that extra depth. It, overall, has a syncopated beat that is addictive to the ear. It becomes a passionate, crashing rocker as times goes on.
A nice, fuzzy guitar solo adds a crescendo of sorts to proceedings. A sun kissed middle section makes it real moody, too. The lead and backing vocals at this point are lush and colourful.
The video follows the band’s drummer, Kapil Trivedi, as he travels around the Indian city of Jodhpur preparing for his own wedding. The visuals are handled by director, Tobias Ross-Southall.
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