Los Angeles transplants LAYNE, composed of vocalist/guitarist Layne Putnam and percussionist, Alexander Rosca premier their new music video for single, “Good.”
This dark, moody video has almost a dystopian vibe to it. With their musical vibes reaching those similar to Halsey, PVRIS and The 1975 — this is definitely a band you want on your radar.
Frontwoman Layne Putnam sat down with Fuse and gave a statement about the track, explaining the song is about finding a ‘togetherness’ between two people who feel alone living in the dark.
“It’s a giant comparison between the person who I found was as lonely as me and an environment of sorts that I created in my head.”
The band is scheduled to release their debut EP later this summer, titled The Black Hills (sound familiar? LAYNE originates from South Dakota — the Black Hills often being grouped in South Dakota’s Badlands whose popularity blew up this year thanks to Halsey).
“Good” has already gained top 15 spots on Spotify’s charts (U.S. Spotify Viral 50 and Global Viral 50) while racking up a mere 780,000+ streams in only a month.
LAYNE may not be a common name yet, but we’re sure with the release of their debut EP featuring more of their distinct, dark, indie-pop style, LAYNE will be taking this summer by storm.
Check out more from these two via their official website: LAYNE Music.