Philly's TIOGA channels goth-pop energy in "Bad Things" video - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Philly four-piece TIOGA are back with a gloomy music video for their latest single “Bad Things.” 

The video hones in on the band’s dark pop tendencies with ominous visual aesthetics: the band performs under casts of red and pink lighting, intercutting shots of a dream-like narrative. Lead vocalist Greg Adams’ deep vocals help add to the moody tones, while a steady bassline, thumping drums and synth-pop arrangements create a driving melody.

With the help of Bob Sweeney behind the camera, “Bad Things” is a beautifully-shot video, with surreal, suspenseful visuals — a person chopping up vegetables on a cutting board that hints unexpectedly at violence — paired with the doomy soundscapes of the new-wave indie-rock group.

Check out the video for “Bad Things” below.

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