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Life Experiences Have Many Colours And In This Instance It’s “Off White”

Submitted by on January 20, 2015 – 5:05 pmNo Comment

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Ah, the trials and tribulations of being young. Your whole world can come crashing down with a bad hair day or zit in a very noticeable place. Then there is the awkwardness of getting comfortable in your own skin, while navigating the minefield that is adolescence.

Montreal duo Solids, tap into teen angst and ostracization with their new video “Off White”. Lobster Boy has one hell of time acclamating to his life from using utensils to finding mittens that will fit. They always think that life sucks until something happens that puts it all in perspective, then the little things aren’t so bad anymore.

Solids’ Xavier Germain-Poitras (guitar) and Louis Guillemette (drums) premiere their new MuchFACT funded video for Blame Confusion track “Off White” the video was shot in picturesque Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia. Featuring an excluded ‘lobster-clawed’ lonely protagonist, check out the video in full to see if in the end, he gets the girl. The band has said of the video: “We think the clip is more like some kind of a ‘stop thinking, just feel’ experience. There are just so many feels to be felt. Embrace them all.”

Directed by Martin C. Pariseau



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