Swedish indie-pop duo Marching Band released the official music video for their single Die In My Arms which premiered on the weekend on Diffuser. Directed by band member Jacob Lind, the video shows a man with his two boys cycling through the streets of Sweden. We think he’s just on a leisure ride until he stops at a park to pick some flowers. Things take a somber turn when the trio ends up at a cemetery but the ending is uplifting and redemptive.
Die In My Arms is off of Marching Band’s newest album, So Much Imagine, out now. So Much Imagine marks a return to the band’s DIY roots while maintaining their trademark sound of intricate melodies and complex arrangements with an effortless, undeniable pop feeling. The 21-track, self-produced project from Linköping’s Jacob Lind and Erik Sunbring has a lighter and rawer approach than their previous releases, showcasing their maturity since their wildly popular 2008 debut Spark Large produced by Adam Lasus (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!, Yo La Tengo).