Tamaryn - "Dawning" (video)

by Timothy Gabriele

2 November 2010

 

From the semi-16mm black and white suburban lawn noodling to the explosion of the flower power in the chorus, the video for Tamaryn’s “Dawning” is as honest a genre replication as is the song, which goes for pure dreampop affect. Luckily, they’re better at it than others who’ve attempted the same thing in recent years.

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