Los Angeles musical trio Pollyn releases their second single from the latest album, Living in Patterns. Equipped with ambient sounds such as hand claps and cowbells, as well as having an army of 20 people singing along during the chorus makes “Sometimes You Just Know” one of the funner renditions from the Pollyn camp.
Their music video showcases the band’s versatility by taking a different approach to their art direction. Instead of their usual art visuals, they decided to go for something much more straightforward and tangible. Shot over a course of three days on more than 25 roller coaster rides, the concept was to create an exciting and entertaining atmosphere. Even more interesting, we see members of the band shooting the video themselves, singing and trying to keep their composure while traveling at more than 60 mph upside-down.