Royal Canoe celebrates a new album, "Today We're Believers". (Sterling Andrews)
Electro-pop sextet Royal Canoe is known for its quirky, energetic and
innovative sound, and the band's latest music video is sure to please fans of that eclectic style.
To help come up with a concept for the video for "Bathtubs", the band brought Winnipeg filmmaker Nathan Boey on board. Keyboardist Matt Schellenberg says Boey created a "really beautiful, visual accompaniment to the music...paying attention to the tones and percussive jumps in the songs."
The video mixes bright, computer generated, colourful effects with handcrafted set pieces, shifting seamlessly from a spinning guitar rigged up by fishing wire to the high tech, creepy image of singer Bucky Driedger's head twisting a full 360 degrees.