Le Trouble unveil new video for “Sad Blondes”

Currently writing and recording new music, Le Trouble present yet another standout video in support of their latest single “Sad Blondes“. The video is the band’s fourth collaboration with director Epher Heiland and was filmed entirely in and around Montréal.

The video is inspired by the German photography book “Margret – Chronik einer Affäre (Mai 1969 bis Dezember 1970)” – engl.: “Margret – chronicles of an affair (May 1969 to December 1970), in which an anonymous photographer documents his affair with his secretary. The video was shot by Cody Larocque on Super8 Film with vintage cameras and the perspective leaves the viewer defenceless towards the voyeurism of the video. It turns the roles around and tells the forbidden story by focussing on the man (portrayed by Le Trouble’s singer Michael Mooney), who is caught in a passionate romance. The video is an intimate series of small moments pieced together to compose a whole image of forbidden love and lust and perfectly mirrors the frenetic energy of the song.