Budding French experimentalists Dot Legacy recently released their new video for “Kennedy”, the lead single from their stunning self-titled debut.
The band had this to say “We chose Kennedy as the track's title because we are all inspired by the path of mankind towards the stars, progress and technology. It's a mixture of pop, rock and stoner altogether.”
“Kennedy is based on a speech of the US president before the congress and that says that within the decade they should land a man on the moon. The structure of the song and the clip is done in a way where you feel mankind running towards an objective, the lifting off (the psychedelic solo) and finally reaching this new state or era (the ending with the "white lady") in exploding circumstances.
The intention was to alternate fast rhythms with some pop rock feelings and stoner breaks and then go to a psychedelic tunnel to emerge with some good old rock.”
The video for “Kennedy” can be seen below:
The band will release their debut record through German label Setalight Records in June 2014.