By Devin Duckworth | January 22nd, 2012
This London-based fivesome refers to their music as “surfer slacker pop” and has made a name for themselves in the U.S. this past year at SXSW. On their way to releasing their debut album, Nashville Skyline, BD decided to give us a little glimpse into their haze pop-infused, sprawling world of reverb and spacey synths.
Their newest single “Never Never” was released as a double A-side with “Let The Cold” on January 2,and has already been linked with a pretty rad video that was created using film shot by Michel Parry in the 90s. This track hit the musicsphere as a free download and was produced over the course of three days in an unused swimming pool. Yeah, a swimming pool.
Check out the trippy video below: