The Lumineers ~ New Heart-warming Music Video ~ ‘Brightside’
Enriched with authenticity.
Make sure you check out The Lumineer’s new music video titled ‘Brightside’ OUT NOW (VIDEO & details below) with a unique documentary style intro bringing a personable authentic touch, talking to real people about the meaning of love who then go on to feature in the main video.
‘Brightside’ out now, is also the upcoming 4th studio album title to be released January 14th 2022 with Decca Records, finally new material after a two year wait.
Heart-warming music video ‘Brightside’ is a breath of fresh air capturing the imagery of love in reality instead of the idealised visuals of a materialistic love that we commonly find represented in today’s videos. Exploring love and relationships with people of different ages, ethnicity and orientations through heartfelt lenses. The band also appear in the video performing in an American Legion Hall.
“The BRIGHTSIDE music video is like a documentary of the American love story,” says the band’s co founder Wesley Schultz, “It features all real people – none of the people that appear in it are actors.”
The song ‘BRIGHTSIDE’ was recorded in a single day. Wesley Schultz describes the track as “a 15-year-old’s fever dream, an American love story in all its glory and heartbreak’’.
The album BRIGHTSIDE coming soon was produced by longtime collaborator Simone Felice and produced, mixed, and engineered by David Baron over two sessions in winter and spring 2021. BRIGHTSIDE marks The Lumineers’ first new music in more than two years as well as the band’s most joyous and spontaneous piece of work thus far. The nine-song collection sees The Lumineers’ co-founders/co-songwriters Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites performing virtually all of the eclectic, effervescent instrumentation, with Baron on a wide variety of keyboards and backing vocals and more by Simone Felice, touring members, Byron Isaacs and Lauren Jacobson, famed backing singer Cindy Mizelle (Bruce Springsteen, Dave Matthews Band), The Felice Brothers’ James Felice, and acclaimed singer-songwriter Diana DeMuth.