Watch new The Raveonettes music video, The Enemy
The Raveonettes – you know, that Danish duo consisting of Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo – released their sixth studio album entitled Observator on September 11. The album was recorded in LA’s Sunset Sound Studios and was followed by a music video for The Enemy, the third single off the album.
Video is directed by Australian dilm director Imogen Prado, known for his psychedelic projects. As musicians told NPR, they wanted the video to match song’s “sweet” sound. In Prado’s words, it was fairly easy for him to give a psychedelic feel to frames with Sune and Sharin, who played the main roles in music video.