Just weeks after releasing his chart-topping new track “Motives,” featuring GANZ and Nevve, PLS&TY has released its tragically romantic and cinematic accompanying music video
Told through a gritty, vintage film style, the video’s narrative follows a young couple on a wild, adrenaline-inducing journey from riches to handcuffs, acting out their fates as a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde. At once raw, intimate and rebellious, the story line is a perfect match for the track, which peaked at #1 on the iTunes US Electronic and #25 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Sales charts.
“The video is a playful twist on the song title, with each character having their own “motives”. Evidently, the two lead Bonnie & Clyde characters are on the run after a successful heist which has made them immensely wealthy. One police officer is now aiming for a grand bust, while the other officer’s motive is more villainous. Watch the video in full for a surprise at the end.” explains PLS&TY.
Tommy Leas – better known as PLS&TY – is burgeoning into the future bass scene with his unique sound: languid bass, captivating vocals and enough upbeat melodies to make anybody feel good. After a collection of chart topping singles including “Good Vibes” (#1 on iTunes US Electronic Charts), “Down For Me”, and “Rebel Love (#1 on iTunes US Electronic Charts), PLS&TY would receive Remixes from both Grammynominated Morgan Page & dubstep-don Rusko.
Combined with multiple television successes, such as his remix of Genevieve’s “Colors” in Hershey’s “Hello Happy” TV commercial being viewed over 1 BILLIONTimes, his track “Run Wild” being featured as the theme song for Canadian reality TV show “Occupation Double,” and “Good Vibes” placement in MTV’s Siesta Key, PLS&TY has officially proven himself as one to be watched.
PLS&TY has made it clear he has a collection of music ready for our ears in 2019, alongside upcoming festival performances at Electric Forest, Shaky Beats, Summer Camp, Backwoods, Firefly, and more. Keep an eye out for more soon from this exciting up-and-comer.