Strangers may be new to most, but that hasn't stopped the group from gaining admiring glances.
Stockpiling new material, the group's superior brand of synth-pop has a real cinematic edge. Clearly, Clash isn't the only one to think so, with Leo Neelands and Jim Parsons stepping in to handle the band's new music video.
'No Longer Lost' is a driving, pulsating piece of electronic music, reminiscent of The Human League at their most deviant. Discovering Strangers' music, Leo Neelands and Jim Parsons brought their team together to work on some visuals.
Between them, the pair boast an impeccable CV. Rightly lauded for their cinematic work, the team have worked on the likes of '28 days Later', 'Zero Dark Thirty' and 'World War Z'.
Every bit as noir as the music itself, the clip for 'No Longer Lost' is an intense study on the nature of identity.
Watch it now.
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