President Sam Diffuses Flush Fog On Video For “Pink Cloud”
Pop punk quartet President Sam have returned with their latest single, “Pink Cloud,” as well as an accompanying video that builds on that titular notion.
Directed by Alex Heider, the video sees the band asserting their music through pink clouds created by peripheral fog machines and ricocheting dust clusters that give the band a striking canvass upon which to fully display their dynamic sound.
The song itself, while rosy in title, is anything but delicate, with a robust groove backing up the scopic rock sound on top. Lightened by a cheeky xylophone part and sharpened by a slight metal tinge in the chorus, the rock sound hosed within is wide-ranging, sure to win over fans of new radio classics like “Ain’t It Fun” and hard rock anthems like “Bulletproof Love.”
After playing a benefit show in town last Thursday, the band embarked on a short East Coast tour taking them from North Carolina to Florida and back again, as they wrap up in Charlotte on Saturday, January 12th at Oso Skate Park alongside Couch Surfer, Frontside, and Paperback.
More music is sure to be on the way from the group, as well as more local shows so make sure to follow the band’s social media for future announcements. In the meantime, watch the band proudly cut through blush effervescence on the video for “Pink Cloud” below.