UK House duo Icarus dropped an accompanying music video to their hit tune “Sirens” and we can’t stop watching it!
Up-and-coming UK duo Icarus has released an accompanying music video for their single “Sirens” that is off the This Must Be The Place EP. The track itself is absolutely addictive, with a haunting lead-in that’ll have you hooked immediately. It also features a deliciously housey drop that on the surface may seem cheery and lighthearted but, if the lyrics give any indication otherwise, may actually be dripping in darker undertones.
The music video follows suit with the darker undertones throughout. Centered around a conflicted getaway driver, any real problems our protagonist may have (or antagonist, we’re not entirely sure) are masked in a kaleidoscope of color and city lights. Again, at first glance, the music video may just seem like another trippy compilation of bright lights and time lapses, but the underlying meaning indicates something a bit more sinister.
The track’s eerie atmosphere matches that of the video’s perfectly and the effects are so transfixing that we almost didn’t notice the part at the end where the driver’s partner appears to have been shot as she’s being helped into the car. Almost.
Check out our interview with Icarus for more insight into this rising duo, watch the video for yourself below, and read on for more on Icarus’ upcoming tour dates in the UK and Ireland!
Watch the Official Music Video for “Sirens” on YouTube:
The latest work from Icarus comes after a very successful run of shows with RÜFÜS DU SOL on the SOLACE Tour, and now they’re set to embark on their own!
Blowing crowds away at shows in Los Angeles, San Diego, and more, their performances are ones not to miss. Now, if you’re lucky and live in the UK, you have the chance to catch Icarus on their own tour, beginning in April for five consecutive dates in major UK cities like London and Glasgow before closing out in Dublin. Find the full list of tour dates below.
Icarus Upcoming Tour Dates:
- Tuesday, April 23 – Manchester, UK @ The Deaf Institute
- Wednesday, April 24 – London, UK @ XOYO
- Thursday, April 25 – Glasgow, UK @ SWG3
- Friday, April 26 – Bristol, UK @ Thekla
- Saturday, April 27 – Dublin, Ireland @ Button Factory