Grids and Dots debut EP is titled 'What Happens To Friendships'.
If you yearn for melodic and colourful shoegaze, indie rock feels, then you better tune into Sydney group Grids and Dots.
On the verge of releasing their debut, 7-track EP 'What Happens To Friendships' (who they worked with ARIA Award-winning producer Wayne Connolly), the quartet of Dan, Carmen, Pat, and Saskia create music that 'charts the journey of young people finding themselves and discovering more about their artistic influences'.
As they maintain their momentum ahead of the EP's release, Grids and Dots are releasing a series of visuals the latest being a music video for dream-pop, psychedelic rock track, 'Dishes And Days'.
"We wanted 'Dishes And Days' to be a video journal – showing a snippet of our lives," the band says.
"We live and often rehearse in beautifully diminished Marrickville and we tried to capture and meld the mood of the song with home movie-like shots of our daily activities: rehearsing all the time, dinner and art nights with friends, playing gigs and just wandering the streets; trying to capture a dreamy essence of the song and interpret our lives into that with a hand held camera.
"[It was] filmed and edited by our friend and collaborator Ben Ling."
scenestr is stoked to premiere the 'Dishes And Days' music video today. Enjoy.
'What Happens To Friendships' EP is released 26 March.