Hendrick Lane have just released the visuals for their debut single ‘Tokyo’. ‘Tokyo’ explores long distance relationships merely on the surface but deeply rooted, with the duo conveying a spiritual journey through life. The song undertone highlights their awareness of a higher being, yet materialism in today’s world (‘Tokyo’) constantly leads them astray. They allow themselves to be led, certain that they have not lost their moral compass (“It’s no more than flirting”) searching for a balance between the sacred and profane. The video timely depicts each moment in the song and takes viewers through the artists’ journey from the bar to the gardens and to the distorted scene. The video was recorded courtesy of the East Side Tavern and the Japanese Gardens in Kildare. The video was shot, edited and produced by Dublin Artist and videographer Ovie (https://www.ov.ie).
Hendrick Lane are an Irish duo with a laconic style and rockstar prowess on stage. They mix flows and melodies to create a versatile Hip-Hop sound. Hovay and Sevn gained popularity through recording and writing songs in their bedroom. The young duo bring an alternative style of gritty confessional storytelling to the music scene combining Hip Hop, RnB and Pop.
Hendrick Lane will be playing their debut headline show in The Underground on 30th March at the underground with support from Vocalist Tolu Makay and Cork lyricist Jay Ronic.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite now. https://hendricklane.eventbrite.com
Tokyo is available on all streaming platforms https://fanlink.to/TOKYO