Sweaty nights out in analogue, we premiere Leeds lads, Vitamin’s new video for “To Believe”.
Leeds lads Vitamin are in good company at home with National Anthem. Haim and Chvrches were introduced to the world via the label so here’s hoping Vitamin will find themselves to be contemporary indie icons too. They’ve certainly started well, picking up a premiere of “To Believe” on Huw Stephen’s Radio One show, everyone’s new music fairy godfather. Sitting comfortably on the BBC Introducing playlist currently, we’ve already pencilled them in as Reading and Leeds fest prediction for next year.
“To Believe” is friendly and familiar, sounding like all your teenage nights out, innocent but alive. Documenting parties in the big city suburbs, the video’s got us ready to hop on a train to Leeds for their next sweaty warehouse party. “We wanted to make a video that showed our life in Leeds so we threw a big party in the warehouse we rehearse in and filmed from when we woke up till we went to bed,” said the boys in the band. “We got our mates to DJ, hung some party lights everywhere and bought a load of booze. Word got around and people couldn’t get in so it was total chaos but great fun! That’s what we love about this video, it feels like it has really captured who we are and what we do. Every place and person in it holds a strong connection for us, so it feels great to be putting this out there!”
Vitamin release their new EP “To Believe” 13th November.