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  • Princess Goes Drops New Music Video for “Come of Age”

  • New York City-based electronic band Princess Goes, consisting of Michael C. Hall (vocals), Matt Katz-Bohen (keyboards) and Peter Yanowitz (drums), has dropped a new music video “Come of Age” directed by Marcos Siega.


    The band frontman Michael C. Hall and director Marcos Siega worked together for American TV crime drama “Dexter: New Blood” in 2021.
    This new video marks the first time the two artists have worked together since.
    The video recorded on the backstreets of Times Square in New York City.
    Michael C. Hall said of the video, “Friend and collaborator Marcos Siega, with whom I've worked on many Dexter episodes, approached me about shooting a video. We jumped at the chance. Cuz Marcos is a righteous dude. AND because, before becoming a prolific and sought-after film and TV director and show-runner, Marcos directed TONS of seminal late 90's and 2000's music vids. We had a total blast wading through the circus of Times Square and making this covert-op Come of Age vid. Admit you wanna watch it...”
  • The song is the title track of their new album “Come of Age”, which was released back in October.
    The track was written by Michael C. Hall, Peter Yanowitz, and Matthew Katz Bohen. Produced by Princess Goes and Brandon Bost.
    The band drummer Peter Yanowitz said of the song, “This beautiful track came out of Matt Katz Bohen’s incredible imagination. In Princess, we love the band Future Islands, and I think you can hear their influence in this tune. These are among my favorite lyrics Mike has written…too many lyrics to mention here, but one that sticks out to me is 'Admit you wanna see me go down.' I really love the sentiment and the way the line unfolds in the delivery. I believe Mike intended it one way, but I also think about that line in the bigger picture, how so many people seem to want others to fail, maybe even want us to fail, and the delivery is seasoned with just the right amount of attitude…like you can be a hater, but we don’t give a fk...deal with it. One nice touch is that we recorded that distortion live on Mike’s vocal. It wasn’t an effect added later…the distortion is married to the performance. For the production geeks...the pre-amp we used on Mike’s vocal was an Avalon 727. The original song all started with a discarded Yamaha synthesizer Matt found in the garbage on the street in Brooklyn.”
  • source : Apple Music
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