Halifax-based band, Beauts, brought a twist on what would be an ordinarily classic type of movie with the release of their newest video for their single, “Drifters, All”.
The video is a black and white clip directed by Nicole Holland and tells the story of a group of people wandering together. Vocalist, Jeff Lawton says the song is about reminding listeners to maintain the relationships we have with our friends, as lifestyle changes overtime can strain that relationship.
Along with the video, the band curated a list of their top 5 modern-era black and white movies. You can read the list here.
Beauts will be releasing their debut full-length album in 2020. This is the third track from the album, following “The City Loves Me” and “Good Measure”.
Connect with Beauts:
I’m an aspiring entertainment journalist from Fredericton, New Brunswick, and a 2017 graduate from St. Thomas University with majors in Journalism and Psychology.
Aside from psychology, my passion has always been for music and storytelling. It is my dream to be in the industry, and music journalism seems to be the perfect fit. Along with a bit of photography dabbling, I think I’m pretty well on on my way.
When I’m not working, I’m listening to music, finding new artists to love, playing Dungeons and Dragons, or playing with my cats.
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