Living Hour Share Video for New Single ‘Miss Miss Miss’

    Living Hour have shared a new single in the buildup to their upcoming full-length Someday Is Today. ‘Miss Miss Miss’ follows the previously released Jay Som collaboration ‘Feelings Meetings’ and arrives with a video directed and animated by Rebekah Hepner. Check it out below.

    The new song is about “growing up in Winnipeg and continuing to live in the same town as a budding adult,” the band’s Sam Sarty explained in a statement. “My whole life I’ve driven, biked, bussed, gotten rides up and down Portage Avenue time and time again. In so many different headspaces and seasons of my life I’ve passed the same neon horse sign of the Palomino Club. This song is a celebration of the horse, constantly climbing higher, up and away from Portage Ave., my secret symbol of hope, a beauty to behold. Then, one day, the Palomino Club and the horse were gone. I miss I miss I miss seeing my roadside Queen.”

    Hepner added: “To me ‘Miss Miss Miss’ is a song of reminiscence and a longing for the past – a sentiment that is not only present in the narrative of this music video but that I hope is also felt through the visual style. These themes made the entire process very nostalgic for me.”

    Someday Is Today is due out September 2 via Next Door Records.

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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