Composed of rapper Bleubird and singer-songwriter RickoLus, Hurricane Party’s appeal is found in the blend of soft rock, electronica, hip-hop, and much more in-between, creating a sound reminiscent of warm weather, palm trees, and drinking beer under the sun. Their newest track “Pamplemousse” is a perfect embodiment of this duo’s carefree and celebratory ways of life.
The visuals for “Pamplemousse” are addictively captivating in their ordered chaos. Strange and somehow fitting all at once, the video features newspaper and magazine cutouts of coastal sceneries and a blend of people, animals, and even fruit seamlessly moving along to the beat…
When explaining the origin story for the track and consequent video, the duo shares that “we were chilling at Johann Sebastian Bach’s tomb in Leipzig, Germany. While sitting in the pew listening to someone play a giant pipe organ, Rick started dreaming about having sex in the cathedral. That was where the idea for this video started.” Fearlessly cheeky and always sounding like they’re having a good time…”