MY BODY SINGS ELECTRIC Premiere Music Video for “Wild Things”

MY BODY SINGS ELECTRIC Premiere Music Video for “Wild Things”

The Indie pop outfit, My Body Sings Electric, have premiered a music video for their song “Wild Things” today just as they’re wrapping up the Shadowars Tour with Nick Thomas (formerly of The Spill Canvas). The music video uses behind the scenes and performance footage that was filmed at Riot Fest Denver, capturing the true essence of the band.

My Body Sings Electric’s music resonates with a sense of playfulness and lust for life. Call their music indie. Call it pop. Call it what you will. But when you connect with the music from this band of lovable misfits, you’ll feel as if you just met your five new best friends. With introspective lyrics, danceable rhythms intricate instrumental work and dynamic live shows, they’ve crafted a fresh, energetic take on indie, pop and alternative rock.

Their newest album Part 1: The Night Ends debuted at number #1 on Billboard’s Rocky Mountain Chart and #156 on the Indie Chart Nationwide. The band also hosts a weekly radio show and podcast on idobi Radio called The Awful Truth, where they give an honest look at life as a breaking band in the modern music industry.

For more information on the band check them out online:




Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.

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