“A lot of people seem to be doing these very chill, laid-back, organic records, and I wanted to be a little more aggressive in terms of the sounds and production,” says Canadian electro-pop singer Adaline of her sophomore album Modern Romantics (Light Organ). That’s obvious in the new video for her single “The Noise,” where a corps of in-sync backup dancers and a theatrical city skyline backdrop glitter behind the red-lipped singer. It’s highly singular—apropos, considering that the uber-talented Hawksley Worksman produced nine out of 12 songs on the album—and a lot of fun. Voguing dancers, a hipster love story gone wrong, and plenty of neon—what more could you ask for?
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