Get ready to relive the bittersweet turmoil of love, heartbreak and memories of being in love through Kyoto Protocol‘s latest music video release. The local indie-rock band do it away with their usual hard-hitting tracks in this one as “Now You’re Gone” which portrays a roller coaster ride of love and life.
Preparing for the debut of their third album due to release in 2018, “Now You’re Gone” marks the final release of their 2015 comeback album, Catch These Men. Being caught up in their personal lives and their career amidst music, the long overdue release perhaps even more perfectly shows the emotion of band’s personal challenges throughout the year.
2017 has been roller coaster year for us. We celebrated the highs and mourned over the lows. Here's an ode to our lost loves and a goodbye to the old chapters in our lives. Thanks for being with us throughout #KPeeps. New album in 2018! Check out the mus… https://t.co/7MUiH8ozzi
— Kyoto Protocol (@KyotoBand) December 7, 2017
“Now You’re Gone” follows the trail of different couples as they fall in and out of love, relating to every lover out there through the aesthetic shots directed by Adriana Tunku who helmed multiple film projects in Los Angeles and Prague.
We’re especially excited over what Kyoto Protocol has for us in their soon-to-be-released album as it is what the band describes as a personification of who they are as a whole unit, claiming, “It is possibly the best songs that we’ve ever written; both lyrically and musically.”
For updates on the band’s latest music and performances, do check out Kyoto Protocol on Facebook and Instagram.