Electro-pop trio Say Yes Dog share new single/video ‘Feel Better’

June 13, 2019




German-Luxembourgish electro-pop trio Say Yes Dog have shared a new single 3rd single taken from their album ‘Voyage’ out now via Discodogs Records. ‘Feel Better’, another proof of their catching electronic sound and 80’s aesthetics, is accompanied by a video directed by Adam Sait. 

About the video, the band says: “When we finished to produce ‘Feel Better’, we felt we needed a second layer to the upbeat vibe of the track to make it visually more fascinating. When we got Adam Sait on board to direct our video, he introduced to us the idea of turning the hook of the chorus into a liberating mantra, giving the song a more twisted take. Rather than pushing our initial vision, we let Adam follow his instinct and create an imagery for the song: the outcome is a silly, dopey representation of it. We feel that most of the time is better and more natural not to take yourself too seriously rather than create an overly constructed vision of yourself anf your song”. ‘Feel Better’ sums up the core message of their album once again: Say Yes Dog have travelled far, come far, and are now exactly where they should be – in their own galaxy of artful, heart-warming electro-pop.

The band is currently touring and will play shows and festivals across Europe through the Summer and into the Autumn. 

14.06 – Mañana Mañana Festival – Vorden, Netherlands

29.06 – Club Stereo Slow Down Festival – Nuremberg, Germany

05.07 – Open Air Wettingen – Wettingen, Czech Republic

07.07 – Stereoleto Festival – St. Petersburg, Russia

13.07 – Wildeburg Festival – Kraggenburg, Netherlands

21.07 – Festival De Wiltz – Wilts, Luxembourg

26.07 – Snntg Festival – Hannover, Germany

27.07 – Juicy Beats Festival – Dortmund, Germany

02.08 – Jenseits Von Millionen – Burg Friedland, Germany

03.08 – Appletree Garden – Diepholz, Germany

04.08 – Watt En Schlick Festival – Varel, Germany

24.09 – Reeperbahn Festival – Hamburg, Germany

26.09 – Artheater – Kolb, Germany

27.09 – Schon Schön – Mainz, Germany

28.09 – Dit Is Schade Festival – Sindelfingen, Germany

09.10 – Le Pop-Up Du Label – Paris, France

10.10 – Rotondes – Luxembourg, Luxembourg

11.10 – Ekko – Utrecht, Netherlands

31.10 – Groove Station – Dresden, Germany

01.11 – Gleis 22 – Münster, Germany

02.11 – Pusdorf Studios – Bremen, Germany

07.11 – Naumanns – Leipzig, Germany

08.11 – Engelsburg – Erfurt, Germany
09.11 – Café Glocksee – Hannover, Germany

18.11 – Rote Sonne – München, Germany

19.11 – Atomino – Chemnitz, Germany

20.11 – Lido – Berlin, Germany

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