Indie rock/alternative band The Jins is thrilled to release their music video for the single “Stay Please” that is featured on Under the Radar.
Depicting a love-lost in the early 2000’s and the all encompassing nostalgia of that time period, the video to the single draws from a deceptive simplicity that every 90’s kid yearns for. Speaking on the video The Jins’ Ben Larsen says, “It follows a man’s futile attempts to get the attention of a girl. It is a time capsule of the intoxicating sun-saturated vibes of the early 2000s. Referencing bands like Blink-182 and Sum 41, it captures the essence of the pop-punk era of MTV- with no shortage of Dickies shorts, gelled hair, and puka shell necklaces.”
“Stay Please” is the second single to be taken from The Jins’ forthcoming album and follows’ their debut Death Wish EP (2019) which brought the band to an even bigger streaming audience when the single“She Said” unexpectedly took off on TikTok (the song is 6 million and counting on Spotify).
The Jins are Ben Larsen (vocals, guitar), Hudson Partridge (bass) and Jamie Warnock (drums, vocals).
“Stay Please” is out everywhere now.