Electro-pop duo from Glasgow Bdy_Prts have released a video for their track “Take It To The Top”. This is the lead single from band’s debut album Fly Invisible Hero, which will be released on November 24.
The video was inspired by a 1970 filmed version of Triadisches Ballett, a ballet developed by Oskar Schlemmer. The clip’s director Ciaran Lyons explains the concept:
“There was something about the idea of ludicrously restrictive costumes, and a kind of absurd take on the aesthetic of femininity that I thought would combine really interestingly with the track”.
Talking about the idea of the song, Bdy_Prts say that “Take It To The Top” is a track about “not letting pride and petty differences cloud our judgement or detract from the true meaning of standing by those we love and respect”. This is the 5th single of the band.
Before starting their headline tour on November 21, which will include a concert in London on December 5, Bdy_Prts is also going to perform in the recently announced Pussy Riot support show in Glasgow. Follow the news on the official website.
You can watch this new avant-garde music video for Bdy_Prts “Take It To The Top” here: