Secrecies to unveil film-sourced visuals to accompany debut LP


Dallas-based synth pop act Secrecies released their self-titled debut record earlier this month via Idol Records, and now the duo have announced plans to release visual accompaniments to every song on the record.

Curated by Shawn Magill and Joey Noga themselves, the visuals mostly focus on found footage and old film the band uses during their live sets. 

“Our interests gravitated towards old gritty old documentaries and educational films from the 60s, 70s, and 80s,” the band told Destroy//Exist. “Our sounds – as modern as they are – tend to come out with these vintage vibes we wanted to bring to eyes. ‘What about those cool visuals you use during your live set,’ people kept asking. ‘Why don’t you turn those into music videos?’ So that’s what we did.”

Watch the first two videos Life We Live and Feel Safe via YouTube below.

The full series will arrive on YouTube later in July, but SECRECIES is out now via Idol Records and available now on Spotify and Apple Music