We’re all frantic romantics at one point or another, right? Well, we’re here to introduce you to rock band Frantic Romantic with the exclusive premiere of their new music video for “At Night.” Until very recently, the six members of Frantic Romantic were working separately from each other on projects that weren’t wholly fulfilling the addiction to music and creativity they all shared. When their lives started to cross paths, they then realized that they all shared a collective passion for writing, recording and performing which has now resulted in two full-length albums.

At the core of what Frantic Romantic is a love for 1990s culture that’s come and gone. They yearn for the days of hearing that awesome unknown band in a back-alley venue, or that album you bought at the record store and fell in love with listening to in the car on the way home. Frantic Romantic attempts to breathe life back into this culture.

Regarding the video for “At Night,” Frantic Romantic’s Mr. Kerosene said: “For ‘At Night,’ we teamed up with director Nic Domaguing, who we had worked with previously for our ‘Made of Glass’ music video. Nic has an awesome ability to combine vision with practicality. He can hear a song and have an idea of what a music video would need, and exactly how to make it work. For ‘At Night,’ we really wanted to play into the title and the mood of the song, which is basically bleak solitude. The whole band is separated, playing this song in their version of the same room.”


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