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Introducing Shallow Pools! Band Debuts Video For "Haunted"


Introducing Shallow Pools! Band Debuts Video For “Haunted” at Substream

INTRODUCING BOSTON’S SHALLOW POOLS 

BAND PREMIERES “HAUNTED” VIDEO AT SUBSTREAM — WATCH

 Boston-based trio shallow pools have teamed up with Substream to premiere their new video for “haunted.” Watch it here.

“‘haunted’ was written about uncertainty and doubts surrounding the future,” the band says. “The music video highlights the struggle of overcoming these psychological obstacles standing in your way. We wanted to break free from our own complacency by experimenting with new sounds and pushing ourselves to release a track unlike anything we’ve done before.”

The song is available here.

The band is formed of long-time friends Glynnis Brennan (vocals), Jess Gromada (guitar), and Ali Ajemian (drums). Growing up it was pivotal for the trio to see women on stage, especially queer women. As members of the LGBTQIA+ community, shallow pools strive to promote inclusivity and create a safe space for listeners to express themselves through their music.

The band released their debut EP spring, last year, combining expressive lyrics, catchy melodies, and rhythmic guitar to create their own spin on the alt-pop genre. They were featured on the Alternative Press “Discover” Spotify playlist, and opened for national touring acts such as Meg & Dia and Jetty Bones. More recently, the group was nominated as New Artist of the Year at the Boston Music Awards.

About Bryan Joe Corder (3999 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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