Hit The Beach With Miguel And Tame Impala
  • WEDNESDAY, MARCH 02, 2016

  • Posted by: Mandi Dudek



If you haven't heard enough of Miguel's Wildheart single "Waves" yet, he decided to take it to a new level with a Tame Impala remix of the track alongside a short music video featuring Tame Impala frontman, Kevin Parker. The video is only one minute and 35-seconds long, but provides the visual creativity and dreamy vibes one needs to be amused.

They set the scene at the beach - with both Miguel and Kevin Parker sitting in wooden dining chairs along the shoreline with the waves subtly crashing against them as they gaze into the distance. As the song picks up, the video shows clips of Miguel dancing on the shore and Kevin Parker being Kevin Parker as flocks of birds fly overhead. Of all the creative re-branding "Waves" has gone through, the Tame Impala remix could be a frontrunner. The 70's-style guitar chords and hazy, psych-rock sounds of Tame Impala mixed with Miguel's slightly nasally, yet sensual, vocals create a version that is a match made in collaboration heaven.

Last week, Miguel released Rogue Waves, an EP including all the versions of his multifaceted track, "Waves," ranging from trance beats to electric guitars featuring artists such as Travis Scott, Kacey Musgraves, RAC, and Tame Impala.
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