Now Watching: Ohmme – '3 2 4 3'

Sunday, March 15, 2020
Photo by Ash Dye

Chicago-based Ohmme, featuring Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart, are currently getting ready for the release of their new album Fantasize Your Ghost on June 5 via Joyful Noise Recordings — until it's time to blast the album on repeat in a few months, they've unveiled a taste of what's to come with lead single '3 2 4 3'.

The accompanying video was directed by Alejandra Villalba García, who set out to capture the song's meaning of witnessing your neighbour change and trying to process these changes.

García said on the video, "I thought that the first half of the video should be about them staying still trying to resist change as the scenery around them changes quickly. The tall dark figure represents change and how it keeps getting closer to them until there's no escape. When they fight with another version of themselves, the newer versions are the ones that win because they embrace change."

Watch '3 2 4 3' by Ohmme below.

Written by Amy Smolcic (@amysmolcic)

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