We’re so proud to present the music video for our single Fault Lines.
We would like to thank our director Mailyne Briggs for coordinating this whole project; videographer Mason Greenley for his beautiful filming of Christine on location in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut; artist Alexandre Aimee for her fantastic painting; Sabrina Jade Designs for the gorgeous wardrobe; and all you wonderful people who submitted “End Violence Against Women” selfies. from all over the world. Thank you so much. We love you.
Thanks also for all the support that we’ve gotten from our favourite radio stations and media for our new album Ovayok Road and for the music video release, including:
- The Third Wave, Apt613 Live, Ladies First (stream the show here on Mixcloud) all on CHUO FM
- This Great White North on KOOP FM in Austin, Texas
- RASP Radio Show on Radio Aktiv, based in England (thanks Jeff Appleton!)
- A sweet interview in the Blog That Celebrates Itself, in Brazil
- A lovely album review from Canadian music site Quick Before It Melt
We had a fun time at the music video release party on Saturday, showcasing Mailyne’s artwork and featuring our dear friend Clio Em as our opening act. Check out Mailyne’s beautiful photos from the event here.
Some kind words from Lina, host of radio show Ladies First:
When listening to Scary Bear Soundtrack, it can only evoke a heavenly, dreamlike experience from beginning to end built around the airy synthetic beats and breathy, wistful vocals of Gloria Guns and Christine Aye, and I think the duo is sounding more serene than ever on their latest album Ovayok Road.
From Quick Before it Melts:
Out of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut comes the alluring bedroom synthpop duo Scary Bear Soundtrack and their equally captivating new release, Ovayok Road. Geographically speaking, Scary Bear Soundtrack are in one of Canada’s northernmost towns, but their spacey grooves and slick new wave sounds have reached far down south…
We love you all!