SWiiMS Unveils Cinematic Brilliance in “Fade Days”

Toronto-based indie darlings SWiiMS showcase their prowess with the visually stunning video for their latest track, “Fade Days.” Shot and directed by band member Cian O’Ruanaidh, the video weaves a tale of love and loss, perfectly complementing the band’s distinctive sound. “Fade Days” marks a significant chapter in SWiiMS’ musical journey, encapsulating their sonic evolution. The song is a melodic exploration of emotions, echoing the band’s influences from various genres like 80s New Wave, 90s Indie Rock, Brit-Pop, Shoegaze, and Dream Pop.


As the band emerges from the challenges posed by the pandemic, “Fade Days” becomes a poignant representation of their resilience. The track’s poignant lyrics, combined with Mai Diaz Langou’s emotive vocals and Colin Thompson’s guitar prowess, create a sonic landscape that is both introspective and uplifting. The video, a visual masterpiece crafted by Cian O’Ruanaidh, enhances the narrative of “Fade Days.” It skillfully captures the intricate interplay of emotions, emphasizing the song’s themes of love and loss. The cinematic quality of the video adds an extra layer to the music, turning the entire experience into a captivating audio-visual journey.

SWiiMS, consisting of Mai Diaz Langou, Colin Thompson, and Cian O’Ruanaidh, has carefully curated a unique sound that sets them apart in the indie music scene. “Fade Days” is a testament to their artistry, offering listeners a glimpse into the multifaceted world of SWiiMS. With “Fade Days,” SWiiMS invites audiences to immerse themselves in a sonic and visual experience that goes beyond the ordinary. As the band prepares to release their upcoming LP, “Into the Blue Night,” the video for “Fade Days” serves as a promising prelude to what lies ahead—a mesmerizing blend of music, emotions, and storytelling.

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