Gamblers – Do I? (Legitimate Video)

The second one unmarried from Gamblers’ upcoming debut complete period album “Small International” out 9/25.

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Directed and edited by means of Tyler Walker. Shot by means of Tyler Walker and Fidel Ruiz-Healy in Brooklyn, NY.


You should be having this type of beautiful time
It could not evaluate to mine
The Island love is beaming off the display
He seems as satisfied as I might be

Oh yeah, do I?
Oh yeah, do I?

My glossy purple automobile drives throughout your streets
You might be secure inside of the sort of homes sound asleep
I creep again west, onto the southern state
And head again house, to the place not anything awaits me

Oh yeah

What do I do?
Forget about you
Fake not anything is shaking me

Who cries out to somebody new
With out fearing the most obvious?

“Hailing from the south-shore Lengthy Island the city of Massapequa, Gamblers have all the time been conscious about the ever-looming affect of New York Town, however they’ll as neatly be coming from any other global. The band’s upcoming debut album Small International (out 9/25 by the use of Symphonic) showcases the original standpoint one develops when viewing issues as each an insider and an intruder. After chopping his enamel traveling with DIY alt-rock bands in highschool, bandleader/manufacturer Michael McManus spent almost each and every waking minute that he wasn’t at school holed up in his Hunter Faculty dorm room crafting the original hip hop manufacturing taste that prepared the ground for collaborations with Meek Mill and Heems, in addition to musical contributions to Anthony Bourdain’s Portions Unknown and Viceland’s Gaycation. With Gamblers, McManus marries the beatmaking sensibility of hip hop to the songcraft and jamming-in-a-room spirit of an indie rock band. Even in its brightest moments, Small International is replete with references to habit, psychological sickness, corruption and violence, with chopping insights all the time lurking within the shadows between McManus’ apparently risk free wordplay. With one ear to the heartbeat of Lengthy Island’s trash-strewn cultural panorama and the opposite targeted at the human situation itself, McManus tucks his layers of that means into lyrics that on first look seem reasonably simple. The band’s sunny hooks might evoke The Seashore Boys, however a lot darker issues have a tendency to scrub up at the south shore, a lot as they do at the shores of our personal judgment of right and wrong.”

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