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The band in Heaven Celebrate Classic Literature, Summer Orgies in ‘Dandelion Wine’ Video

Shoegaze revisionists pair debut LP's lead single with hazy visuals

The band in Heaven’s latest single, “Dandelion Wine,” shares its title with a Ray Bradbury novel. Published in 1957, Bradbury’s Dandelion Wine distills the author’s childhood memories of summertime into a book-length meditation on mortality. Now, the band in Heaven have shared a music video for “Dandelion Wine” that channels the same sort of wondrous, sunlit imagery. Directed by Jacques de Beaufort, the new clip lingers on a surreal summer lovin’ party — flower children smoking, groping, and grooving — that takes a sinister turn. 

Watch the video above, and head over to Decades Records to pre-order the band in Heaven’s Caught in a Summer Swell, out September 17. 

Caught in a Summer Swell track list:

1. “Dandelion Wine”
2. “Does It Show”
3. “Summer Swell”
4. “Fairweather Friends”
5. “Tunnel Into Your Dreams”
6. “Music Television”
7. “Breaths”
8. “Young and Dumb”
9. “Disappear Here”
10. “Farewell Summer”