Alternative rock band almost monday released a new video for their carefree, summertime jam that is guaranteed to make you want to grab your friends and rush to the nearest coast.
The three best friends Cole Clisby (guitar), Dawson Daugherty (vocals), and Luke Fabry (bass) from San Diego enjoy catching waves, creating memories, and of course – making music. Both their sound and visuals carry a unique sensibility mixed with a dash of modern nostalgia.
The group quickly gained popularity in their hometown as a result of their infectious energy and upbeat anthems that hold earnest sentiments. Blending influences from Coldplay, Oasis, The 1975 and Frank Ocean, the three have built a kinship with one another and also collaborated with producer-engineer Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons) and producer Simon Oscroft.
The trio’s latest single “come on come on” follows the release of the band’s lively, genre-bending track “parking lot view” and “broken people,” with an alt-pop sound that is delightfully genuine. almost monday manages to break boundaries while retaining an intriguing indie allure.
Today, the band shares the lighthearted video for “come on come on” which features wistful, coastal scenes from a day spent in the sun. Bright, crisp scenes are met with playful videos as viewers get a behind the scenes look at a day in the life of the band and some California views through a vintage film camera. almost monday reminds us that adventure is always just around the corner.
Watch the new video for “come on come on” below and let us know what you think!