Vibrant Video from the Submarines
Down periscope! A beautiful aquatic battlefield unfolds in the video for the Submarines' "Peace and Hate."
The Submarines’ video for “Peace and Hate,” a song that teems with synthetic bubbles and lovely girl-boy melodies, starts out peacefully: A surfaced submarine dives under water into a vibrant world of rich colors. It’s a scene from straight from a children’s bedtime story, until, that is, a missile blasts into the backside of one submarine and a vengeful octopus reaches through the porthole of another. But the occupants of the two submarines — band members Blake Hazard and John Dragonetti — are meant to be together, as not even the ocean’s battlefield could keep them apart.
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The Submarines – “Peace and Hate”
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