Melbourne four-piece All The Colours have new video "Shame" up on Baeble today. The band's frontman Josh Moriarty (of Miami Horror) has said that "Shame" is inspired by footage of a young Michael Jackson clapping and stamping his feet during an interview in a rare moment of complete unguardedness. Following previous singles "Love Like This" and "Second To None," "Shame" again highlights the band's knack for wrapping classic songwriting in a warm wave of vintage sonic production.
For the video, the band have once again teamed up with Guy Franklin, who's worked previously on Kimbra's "Settle Down" and "Cameo Lover" videos. The result is a weirdly humorous tar-and-feathering of the band while they try their best to belt out the track, all presented in classic Franklin vibrant visuals. All The Colours are planning to release their debut album in early 2014.