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Video Premiere | Digg Deep return with the lush tropical pop of ‘Soak It Up’

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The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere the music video for ‘Soak It Up’, the brand new single from Digg Deep.

Cast upon a vivid soundscape of tropical-pop sounds, what hits you first about the music of Digg Deep’s new single ‘Soak It Up’ is just how unapologetically vivid it is.

From the interlocking rhythms, augmented interwoven vocal lines (which features Louise MacNamara and Olwyn Mahon) and fuzz-filled synths, ‘Soak It Up’ is a joy to listen to as Digg Deep delve into their own pop influences to produce an instant gem.

Add to this the stunning choreography and hazy visuals of the accompanying music video and Digg Deep continues to evolve as a truly exciting new prospect for 2019.

Speaking about working with hip hop dancers Jay Asolo and Tobi Omoteso, Digg Deep’s Julia Mahon says: ‘I reached out to them (Jay & Tobi) as they have such an openness to the free and emotional approach to pop/hip hop dancing. The video showcases some abstract takes on krumping, mixed with their own contemporary moves. It encapsulates a sense of freedom around one very emotional concept – the inability to please someone else.

Digg Deep will celebrate the release of ‘Soak It Up’ with a show in the Bello Bar this Saturday night (January 19th) with support from Sacred Skin and Jeag. Tickets are €10 via Eventbrite.

Click below to watch to TLMT’s exclusive stream of the ‘Soak It Up’  music video by Digg Deep. The single itself is out via Spotify on Friday, January 18th (pre-save).


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