Originally formed in Rimini, Italy in 2005, Late Guest at the Party
relocated to New York City a few years back. In the band's new video their adopted hometown provides the perfect setting for a series of compelling portraits. The black and white visuals, which we're premiering today, has a decidedly Humans of New York
kind of vibe, sucking you in with the camera's slow pans and the subject's hard stares. Such visual direction stands in contrast to the enticing bubbles of electro-rock that percolate throughout the new single, "Gravel", from the band's upcoming album Repeater
, which drops later this spring.
Originally formed in 2005 in Rimini, Italy, Late Guest at the Party traveled to New York City in 2011 to follow up their critically acclaimed debut LP with rave reviews from Radio BBC One and Rolling Stone Magazine. Filter Magazine writes, "Late Guest at the Party are high on the heels to becoming the next big thing." Lead vocalist and notable producer, Caleb Shreve (formally Chuck Brody), has worked with many influential artists, including: Phantogram, Yoko Ono, Wu-Tang Clan, Tegan and Sara, Santigold and many more.
During live shows, the four-piece effortlessly marries modern day electro with traditional rock, by combining contemporary technology with classic instrumentation. Their energetic live show draws crowds who love their dance-rock vibe. Stay tuned for more from Late Guest...