Sunshine Boysclub takes bike ride in “Right Out The Window” video, shares new album “Hut on the Hill”
Sunshine Boysclub shared their debut album, Hut on the hill, alongside a music video for “Right Out The Window”.
The new, genre-changing album sees Sunshine Boysclub singing about the duality of our inner thoughts. “Hut on the hill is the album I always wanted to make, ”says singer / songwriter / producer Sam Martin. “’Sunshine Boysclub’ is a space for me to be vulnerable, honest, stupid, depressing, uplifting and to take all the risks on my own. “
The accompanying video shows Martin cycling down a steep hill while singing along the trail. The purple and blue tinted clip is bright and colorful, and adapts perfectly to the energetic sounds of “Right Out The Window”. “Right Out The Window” speaks of the fragility of passing time and the impermanence of everyday life. On the song, Martin encourages the listener to be thankful for things before they go away.
Watch the video for “Right Out The Window” below.
“I wanted to capture the ease and energy of the song and felt like a long, continuous ride would help show it,” Martin said of the video. “The giant hill I came down to this video is the hill that I looked at every day while writing this album.
The cabin on the hill was written in an abandoned cabin that Martin named “The Hut”.
“Sonically, the album is energetic and uplifting, but the lyrics are far from it,” Sunshine Boysclub adds of the album. “The only theme that runs through this album is failure, dark as that sounds. These songs, it’s me who works through the past, trying to close that door and enter a new space with new thoughts. I spent years battling depression, quit making music, and was ready to quit. Writing these songs helped me get through those years of struggle and taught me valuable lessons about creativity and happiness, and how these two things relate to me.
Flux The cabin on the hill below.
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Main photo courtesy of Daniel Yoon.