BRAZILIAN GIRLS New Video for "Let's Make Love" + U.S. Tour Kicks Off in NYC This Saturday

New Video For Title Track from Latest Album Let's Make Love
Watch it HERE
International Band Returns for U.S. Tour This Week including Shows in NYC, LA & More

Brazilian Girls recently releasedtheir long-awaited fourth album Let's Make Love on Six Degrees Records, and kick off a weeklong U.S. tour in New York City this Saturday, May 5. Ahead of the tour, the band has shared a new video for the album's title track, co -directed by Juan Gonz-who directed the album's first video for "Pirates"-and frontwoman Sabina Sciubba. Watch the "Let's Make Love" video now via Relixand here: https://youtu.be/YztucfqgLg0.
The video sees Sciubba driving through the desert in a Volkswagen with goggles on and singing, "Let's make Love." She notes that the video is "a snapshot of our collective behavior." She adds, "The real world is beautiful, but we're lazy. Soon even for the laziest amongst us, it becomes sickening. Look inside: A great bright light is in each one of us, imagine it, and it's there, always. That light is happiness. Let's make love."
Formed in 2003, the group was born after the four members crossed paths at East Village club Nublu where they began playing the weekly, embracing a free-form ethos that helped shape their kaleidoscopic sound. Fast earning attention for their euphoric live show, Brazilian Girls released their self-titled debut in 2005 and sophomore albumTalk to La Bomb in 2006. Let's Make Love follows 2008's Grammy-nominated New York City and came to life over the course of several years since the four band members are now scattered throughout the U.S. and Europe. They assembled when possible to write and record, piggybacking those sessions onto gigs in Istanbul and Madrid, Paris and New York.
Let's Make Love was produced by longtime collaborator Frederik Rubens and was closely informed by the more commanding vocal delivery that frontwoman Sabina Sciubba brought to the album. The band also brings a woozy romanticism to many tracks and, on some songs, the album slips into a defiant mood suited to the album's punk-inspired sensibilities. Hear first single "Pirates" HERE and read more about the track via The New York TimesRolling StoneBrooklyn Vegan & more. The track's lively video-shot while on tour in Argentina last fall-can be seen HERE. You can also read about the inspiration behind album track "Balla Balla" via Consequence of SoundNPR Music also covered album track "Karaköy," noting "'Karaköy' stands out for its timelessness and simplicity. It's a walk-skip along the ancient streets of its namesake neighborhood in Istanbul, with Sabina Sciubba's rich, gymnastic and apparently effortless voice left, right and center stage."
05/05 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall Of Williamsburg
05/06 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
05/09 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
05/11 San Francisco, CA - August Hall
05/12 Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theater