ISO frontman Richad Brokensha has taken a strole down a new path in his carreer and he is certainly not dissaponting fans!
Brokensha recently launched a brand new video fresh off a solo stint in the Netherlands.
"Here I go again" speaks about the habitual elements of human nature and how, even though we try to avoid our addictions, we are so overwhelmed by that feeling that has a hold on us. The video shows scenes of Richard Brokensha and the dancers, in a parallel world of struggle as well as peace; with Richard finding inner peace and the dancers finding resolution from their struggle.
"When I wrote the song I wanted to express my struggle in the music industry as well as the social environment that so many of us have been swallowed in by in terms of social media. At the same time I wanted to create a picture of a relationship that shows the struggle and resolution between two lovers, and how that habitually repeats itself." - Richard Brokensha
The video was filmed in Amsterdam by director Bret de Vos.
"We wanted to do something involving dancers, but not conventional dance, so we had the dancers act whilst using dance as the medium to express the concept."
WHAT ABOUT ISO?
Not to worry... ISO are back and ready for action! With a new drummer falling into the ranks the group are hitting stages near you soon!
27 August – Mystic Boer (Potchefstroom)
28 August – Arcade Empire (Pretoria)
29 August – Rumours (Johannesburg)
10 September – Bohemia (Stellenbosch)
11 September – Assembly (Cape Town)
12 September – Cape Farmhouse (Cape Town)