Silver Twins' "Bruce Lee" is an urgent—even manic—indie pop song with lots of acrobatic guitar and a nicely directed video (shot and produced by Julen Muriguia, Toni Katano and the band's own Alex Marin) that neatly literalizes the ties that bind ... and trap and trip and tangle, too." /> L.A. Record

VIDEO PREMIERE: SILVER TWINS “BRUCE LEE”

July 5th, 2018 | News

Silver Twins’ “Bruce Lee” is an urgent—even manic—indie pop song with lots of acrobatic guitar and a nicely directed video (shot and produced by Julen Muriguia, Toni Katano and the band’s own Alex Marin) that neatly literalizes the ties that bind … and trap and trip and tangle, too. Says vocalist/guitarist Marin: “The song is about falling for someone that’s probably not good for you, but you do it anyways—the first time that happens, when you would rather take the scars then let them get away. We were thinking, ‘How can we exaggerate that and have fun with it?’ and came up with this.” Silver Twins’ “Bruce Lee” is available in a variety of digital versions here, and you can connect with the band at silvertwins.la.