By: Shamus Hill
Vintage Lee's newest single "Dune" may only be less than two minutes in length, however it still manages to pack a punch - nestling its way up the ranks as one of the best Vintage releases of recent memory. She tapped in both John Rawl and Luke Kaneb of after.pangea to bring this visual to life, a move that ultimately paid off dividends as it just might be her best one to date.
Featuring wintery beach scenes within the frigid state of Massachusetts, the music video for "Dune" genuinely feels otherworldly at times. Climbing her way up snow-coated dunes as the ominous instrumental builds up in the background, it feels as though Vintage Lee is quite literally reaching new heights following this release. I recently reflected on her discography during my Mass Music Minute segment on the Mass Music Morning Show, and something that I always mention when speaking of Vintage Lee's artistry is how she's been in possession of her distinctive style ever since "Right Now" debuted five years ago. So many singles, projects, and a 2K feature later, Vintage Lee is seemingly only picking up the pace with respect to her craft. If you're not too familiar with her music, then the squad here at Mass Music Radio suggests you change that.
Watch the official music video for "Dune" below: