Young Liars Release First Official Music Video For "Colours" From 'Homesick Future' EP

Vancouver’s latest indie rock sensation, Young Liars, partnered with Consequence Of Sound and Exclaim! to share their first official music video for lead single, “Colours” from their well-received EP, Homesick Future. To listen to the EP in its entirety, visit:

Young Liars - Homesick Future EP by Nettwerk Music Group

Directed by the Amazing Factory Productions team (Said The Whale, Yukon Blond, Hey Ocean), the video is filmed at the pedestrian bridge, “Pioneer Cycling and Pedestrian Overpass” in Surrey, BC. Illuminated at night, the bridge’s lights are programmed according to the season and in some cases, passing traffic.

“Colours” is a proper introduction to the band, as they prepare to release their full-length debut in 2012.

“’Colours’ has always represented a breakthrough for us in discovering our sound,” says lead vocalist/guitarist Jordan Raine. “While writing the new album, the song has served as a launching point, and sometimes measuring stick, for our new tracks.”

The real story behind Young Liars is a simple one. Ty works manual labor at a warehouse, Wesley is an electrician, Angelo works demolition, Jordan is a web developer and Andrew sells mobile phones at the mall. They are a band - like many - that has sacrificed to make their vision into reality. It’s the sacrifice musicians have to make, that paradox that so many bands live in those days before they break. Revered as an integral part of the local soundscape, it’s the band's compelling style - driving, layered and thoughtful arrangements - that sets them apart from indie rockers of the same flavor.

Young Liars is rounded out by Andrew Beck (bass), Angelo Ismirnioglou (guitars), Ty Badali (drums) and Wesley Nickel (keyboards).


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