Los Angeles surf-rockers Broadheds take a strong DIY stance on their new video for “Tomorrow I Might Feel the Same,” off their debut self-titled album. The clip features a continuous stream of patchwork images and crude, handwritten lyrics layered over the colorful sketches. The combination has a charmingly unpolished feel that matches Broadheds’ lo-fi sound perfectly.
“I still have lasting memories of early teenage flirt sessions, even though most of them ended up amounting to nothing,” band co-founder Peter Walker tells Rolling Stone. “This song pays homage to fleeting romances where one party may have been feeling differently than the other. It’s basically ‘you reap what you sow.'”
Broadheds is out April 9th on Dangerbird.