With the latest launch of their self-started label, Rose Avenue, a world tour, their new full-length album, Solace, and a cross-continental transfer from Australia to LA, it ought to come as no shock that the members of RÜFÜS DU SOL have encountered some appreciable emotional interference within the final 12 months.
The Aussie digital staples’ newest music video, accompanying the aptly titled, “Lost In My Mind,” from the newest LP, employs some not-so-subtle symbolism to provide viewers a look into the trio’s psyche. Shot in an LA industrial playground of kinds, a nod on the warehouse tradition their music is so inherently intertwined with, the trio is crammed atop a drifting, dilapidated sofa. The vessel carries them clear by warehouse partitions, denoting the colossal profession breakthroughs the more and more imminent group have not too long ago secured, although not with out some emotional scarring and emotions of isolation–therefore the residual soot and rubble plaguing the trio after each impactful encounter.
An artist’s tempestuous internal life is vastly extra advanced than followers can fathom from the surface wanting in; and in RÜFÜS DU SOL’s case, offered out present after offered out present and sleepless nights spent toiling within the studio by their lonesome haven’t come with out emotional detriment.