The Japanese House shares new video for the single “Saw You In A Dream.”
“Saw You In A Dream”’ ushers in new, classic tones to her songwriting and is perhaps her most honest offering yet. Amber explains “It’s a very clear message: I didn’t want to drown my vocals in too many harmonies this time because the melody is quite strong on its own. Rather than to hide your sadness about your loss of someone, it’s a nice thing to be like ‘I miss them’. That’s why the vocals are quite present.”
The track itself has a relatively dark subject matter, yet the tone beneath the story brings shades of new light, favoring sun-dappled guitars and bright hues. This is reflected in the video which follows Amber through an ever evolving film set in a series of colorful, dream like sequences.
The Japanese House – “Saw You In A Dream”– is available now via Dirty Hit / Interscope Records.