London four-piece Paves have unveiled the video for their neo-psychedelic debut single ‘Dancing ‘til The End Of Time’, which premiered over on Fred Perry Subculture.
The video sees the band in an extravagant townhouse mansion. Greeted by a mysterious masked lady, she escorts them around the striking dwelling where they perform and lounge amongst seductive dancers in this masqueraded exploit.
‘Dancing ‘Til The End Of Time’ is a smoky, blues-driven track with vocalist Luke Shield echoing a young Jim Morrison alongside chic wah-wah guitar lines and a funky 60’s inspired groove, creating a striking and sharp blend of rock ‘n’ roll. Yet their vintage influences stand proudly alongside a youthful, modern take on indie rock that sets them alongside the varied likes of Temples, Jake Bugg and Arctic Monkeys.
Over the last twelve months Paves have been building a solid fan base under a number of previous monikers, gigging across the capital’s top clubs and venues, solidifying their sound and live show gaining more supporters wherever they are.
And now with ‘Dancing ‘Til The End Of Time’ Paves are ready to move into the spotlight and unfurl their banner as one of the most exciting new bands for 2016.
After a recent string of dates including a support slot with The Graveltones, you can catch them next at:
25th Nov - Brooklyn Bowl, The O2
Luke Shield – Lead Vocals & Guitar, Mike Whitaker – Lead Guitar, Perry Read – Bass & Backing Vocals and Tom Triggs – Drums.