Passion Pit Release Gatsby-esque Clip For ‘Constant Conversations’ -
Passion Pit

Passion Pit

Passion Pit Release Gatsby-esque Clip For ‘Constant Conversations’

by Andrew Tijs on August 2, 2012

in New Music,News

Indie pop stars Passion Pit deliver a Great Gatsby-style clip for their slow-jam ‘Constant Conversations’.

Passion Pit

Passion Pit

First Pink evokes the Roaring ‘20s in her ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’ video and now Passion Pit are getting in on the Gatsby love with a decadent high society clip starring Peter Bogdanovich, Analeigh Tipton, Taryn Manning and Roger Guenveur Smith.

‘Constant Conversations’ is the third single from their second album Gossamer, which just debuted at number 12 on the Australian chart.

The video is all very sultry. Have a look below.



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