Los Angeles alternative/pop duo sought the sights, sounds and fashions of 1990s for the inspiration behind their latest music video “After Party.” The song showcases the growth and songwriting range of the band, complete with catchy guitar riffs and addictive vocal harmonies. Its no wonder national and prominent local radio stations are gravitating towards The Habits and spinning their music across the country. Check out the “After Party” video on music blog Popdust and on the bands official YouTube.
“The idea for the “After Party” video is simple; let’s have fun,” singer Wolf Bradley explained. We wanted to make something that we could goof around and enjoy so much that whoever was watching it felt the same. Lyrically, the song has a more serious message of finding your confidence and growing as a person. We thought that message should be a celebration visually with a lot of colors and a 90’s fisheye lens. The concept for the video is we can’t get into our own after party which is our funny way of showing how hard it is to find that confidence and become the person you want to be. During the pandemic we’ve been getting a lot of music ready for the somewhat near future. We’re excited to share our new song and video with you and are looking forward to releasing more music shortly!!”
The Habits met each other in the blue-collar town of San Pedro, just far enough away from the glamour of the Hollywood glow to be isolated. Comprised of singer/guitarist Wolf Bradley and drummer Andrew Macatrao, The Habits ground their music into bite-size melodies that are impossible to get out of your head. Their music is accompanied by slightly melancholic lyrics that tell a story of love, loss, and everything in between. Their alt/pop sound is unique to them but stems from incongruous avenues of inspiration. From Maroon 5 to Cage the Elephant, The Habits’ music makes you want to dance and hits you hard in the feels. The duo has grown up together in Southern California and are more like brothers than band members. Playing pretty much every bar, club, basement, and alleyway in LA, they’ve honed in on their live show skills, giving their audience a lively and fun show experience.