Donna Blue are Dutch duo Danique van Kesteren and Bart van Dalen, collaborators and lovers creating music inspired by '60s yé yé, David Lynch movies, and old Hollywood romance.
Having just dropped their new 7" self-titled EP (you can stream it here), the band have celebrated the release with a film clip for the album's third track "Arlene."
A thumping '60s blues ditty, "Arlene" is bolstered by a dynamic guitar lick and van Kesteren's sultry vocals.
Speaking on the film clip, the band told Clash:
For the music video we decided to zoom in on the idea of different dimensions than the one we are in. How we don’t know if ours is the only one, if maybe we are just tiny beings in a raindrop amongst many other raindrops.
And how, in all of this, this gigantic overwhelming thought experiment, you can still find someone you feel like you wanna float through space and time with.
You can listen to Donna Blue EP here.