DIANA strange attracion music video

DIANA deal with love in the 1950s for “Strange Attraction” music video

The Toronto synth act explore a more ignorant time, when cigarettes and love were supposed to be healthy.

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- Apr 23, 2014

On Saturday DIANA tore the roof off of Sonic Boom for our Record Store Day showcase and replaced it with a greenhouse's, thanks to a set of zinc-heavy synth-pop (stay tuned for video). The staff didn't seem to mind. But "Strange Attraction" probes the darkness beneath the shine. Frontwoman Carmen Elle plays three women - or three phases of one woman - navigating the pain and pleasure of a relationship from within a single small apartment. Aside from the temporally displaced band performances (with creepy future ski masks), the video's set in the middle of the 20th century. So it's full of Nancy Sinatra hairstyles that look detachable and capable of crushing a small animal. If you're feeling George Fok's clip, check out the more formally realized Jailhouse Rock tribute of US Girls' "28 Days."

DIANA's new video Perpetual Surrender is out now via Paper Bag Records.
DIANA - Strange Attraction [Official Video]

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