Demure For Sure releases new video for ‘French Kiss’

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Demure For SureNYC-based art-rocker Demure For Sure has just unveiled his latest visual freak out, French Kiss. Watch the video via YouTube below.

Demure For Sure (real name Zach de Sorbo) shared French Kiss, which is the sequel to Party Hardy. French Kiss is lifted off of Demure For Sure’s new album, ‘Tie-Dye Shadows,’ out now.

It’s always an interesting experience immersing yourself in the music of what most people call a “bedroom project.” More often than not, you are granted an intimate view into the world of an artist as they take full ownership over the sounds and narratives that come from purpose, happy accidents and everything else in-between that serves as influence.

For the NYC-based Zach de Sorbo, recording under the moniker Demure For Sure has allowed him to explore a varying array of styles and textures that all play like a night locked in a lucid dream. Now, Demure For Sure is readying his latest vision, the otherworldly art-rock album, Tie-Dye Shadows.

Across the LP’s 10 tracks, de Sorbo crafts a sonic narrative that weaves in glam, pop, art-rock and all manner of dark, dreamy aesthetics with forthcoming singles “Coconut, Rum and Banana” and “It’s Magic” drawing immediate comparisons to Ariel Pink.

If it feels like ‘Tie-Dye Shadows’ carries a cinematic quality in line with surreal 80s classics like Blade Runner, it’s no accident as de Sorbo also scores films including the critically acclaimed Man Underground.

Look for Tie-Dye Shadows out this July via self-release.