After releasing their new anthemic-pop single ‘Ghosts Of 1999’ Sunshine Coast-based indie-rock group, Selahphonic, are excited to reveal the accompanying video.
The clip captures the band rocking out live at the local coffee shop where front man Jamie Coyle works and flicks between a narrative that features a cameo appearance from a mischievous rabbit; following Coyle around and constantly getting up to no good.
Since the release the band have garnered strong support from local tastemakers including triple j Unearthed, The Music, Happy and were also added to Spotify’s ‘This Weeks’ Sounds Like’ Playlist
This follows on from a busy 2015 where the band consistently traversed the countryside and also performed at prestigious international showcases CMJ and Canadian Music Week.
Currently in the midst of a tour promoting the new release, the band have remaining local shows to finish off the run at The Helm and Sea N’ Sound Fest in Mooloolaba, QLD.
SAT 11 JUN | SEA N’ SOUND FEST, MOOLOOLABA QLD