Dopamine are a five-piece outfit from Brisbane, Australia who blend indie-rock, pop and post-punk influences. Today we’re pleased to share their latest music video, which draws inspiration from the 2003 film Lost in Translation starring Bill Murray and Wolf Alice’s “Don’t Delete The Kisses” music video.
“We had a great time making the video,” says vocalist and guitarist Finley Miller. “Tom (Carroll) took about three hours of footage but there’s probably about an hour of it where we are all just laughing and messing around really, it was just like a group of friends working together and it made the whole process really enjoyable.”
As for the song itself, Miller reveals, “the song is about the initial feelings that you feel in a relationship; the uncertainty of where it will go and the hesitance to put all of your trust into someone with the fear that you could get hurt. There are lines in that song that are very personal to me, and kind of reflect back to my own experiences. I wanted to write a love song that wasn’t like every other love song.”