TVD Video Premiere: Marlowe Grey, “Midnight In Brooklyn”

“The track speaks to those moments where one is out and seemingly having a good time, basking in the glory of spontaneity, great company, and varied substances. It explores, particularly, when we have had enough. What happens in those moments?”

“Anyone who has been there, on the edge of ‘too much,’ knows it can go either way, as it likely has for all of us at some point. Do regrets follow the lack of responsibility? Does the fearlessness translate into accomplishment come sunrise? Was or is it worth it? I guess that’s subjective.

However, for me, us New Yorkers are very lucky to live here in this great city. And I can personally tell you from experience…there is nothing better, than being out and about when it’s ‘Midnight In Brooklyn.’”
Anthony Pietro

Eclectic indie rockers Marlowe Grey debut video for “Midnight In Brooklyn.”

Today we have the pleasure of premiering the band’s atmospheric visuals exclusively on The Vinyl District. The subtle storytelling is played against an eerie and foreign soundscape made up of wiry guitars, distorted vocals, and a haunting flute.

Feelings of loneliness abound as our hero wanders the desolate streets of Brooklyn during the witching hour where he encounters another lost soul along the way, and they exchange a hopeful moment of sincerity before she pushes him back to his isolated view of the Hudson.

The dynamic track is from the band’s forthcoming EP, “Midnight in Brooklyn,” which features more excellent alternative ambient pop drawn from influences as varied as Kurt Cobain, David Gilmour, and Thom Yorke.

Marlowe Grey Official | Facebook | Twitter

This entry was posted in The TVD Storefront. Bookmark the permalink. Trackbacks are closed, but you can post a comment.
  • SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL INDIE SHOPS SINCE 2007


  • Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text
  • Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text