Panhandle punksters Holiday Shores
give the cycloning hi hat rhythms and nifty guitar work a glitchy treatment in this, their video for "Edge of Our Souls". Part urban montage, part performance, the images here are indeed spastic, changing leading man Nathan Pemberton's wardrobe time and time again, and ultimately culminating in a final, seizure inducing fit of light and image. - David Pitz
Songwriter Nathan Pemberton grew up on Holiday Shores Court, a two-block stretch of road located on the Florida panhandle.
With breaking waves and sandy beaches nearby, he began playing piano at age seven and picked up the guitar several years later, leading to a number of memberships in teenage bands and college groups. The geography of his home turf continued to inspire his writing, though, and he launched Holiday Shores in his early twenties, rounding out the bands lineup with Josh Martin, Ryan O'Malley, and Peejay Perez de Alejo. The group made its studio debut in 2009 with the release of Columbusd the Whim, a collection of lo-fi, summery pop songs. ~ Andrew Leahey
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