Snakehips drop sleek new music video ‘Sometimes’ with Daya + EARTHGANG
PRAISE FOR Snakehips
1. Sometimes…w/ Daya & EARTHGANG
2. Deal With It w/ Kilo Kish
3. Empty w/ Nicole Millar
4. Whenever U Call
5. Pretty Girls w/ MadeinTYO
6. WATER. w/ Bryce Vine
7. All Around The World w/ Duckwrth
8. Sumthin Crazy w/ Rochelle Jordan
9. Show Me The Money w/ Tkay Maidza
10. Moncler (That Switch) w/ AG Club
11. Solitude w/ BIA & Lucky Daye
12. Who’s Gonna Love You Tonight w/ Tinashe
never worry is out now, buy/stream here
Earlier this month, genre-bending DJ / producer duo Snakehips delivered their debut album never worry with a slew of collaborators including Tinashe, Lucky Daye, BIA, and more. Following the success of the album across the globe, the duo have now released the official music video for ‘Sometimes’ with Daya + EARTHGANG. WATCH HERE.
Snakehips conjure up a distinct retro flavor with grainy, glitchy aesthetics in the ‘Sometimes’ video. The visuals make their forward-thinking dance pop comfortably familiar as Daya and EARTHGANG circle through the video like old friends contrasted against kaleidoscopic landscapes.
Since the album’s release, never worry has received international recognition from the likes of triple j, Rolling Stone, V Mag, Paper Magazine, Billboard, Stereogum, Dancing Astronaut, DJ Mag, and more – with ‘Sometimes’ amassing over two-million streams in just 2 weeks.
Since 2010, Snakehips have established themselves as major industry heavyweights with over 2 billion catalog streams and dozens of platinum & gold records from across the globe. During the span of their production career, the pair have collaborated with pop and dance music stars alike including Chance The Rapper, Zayn, MØ, H.E.R., Anderson Paak, Joey Badass, and Troyboi – alongside having delivered official remixes for Taylor Swift, Khalid & Normani, Sam Smith, The Weeknd, Lana Del Rey, Doja Cat and more. Their past headlining tour schedules have consisted of Coachella (2023, 2018, 2016), Glastonbury, Lollapalooza, Sonar, Bonnaroo, London’s KOKO & Brixton Electric, Hollywood Palladium, and 5 sold out North American tours.
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