The Different Class‘ newest single/video will make you sweat. The band is now releasing their second single from the upcoming album “Skins.” Watch the official video for the track “Transpirant” through the YouTube player below:
“Transpirat” is available for pre-saving on all digital platforms, here: https://thedifferentclass.ffm.to/transpirat
While “Ping Pong” has told an electrifying, lush-smelling story of love and about two colliding worlds that tried to survive a conflictual state of mind, the primal attraction of opposite vibes, characters, and aims, ‘Transpirat’ leans toward spheres that place this feeling into a dim light.
The video showcases a provocative story, matching the song’s arousing yet darkish tone aiming to find its essence while leaving itself to sink in the crevasses and shadows of its core. As you dive into the song, it’s getting more exciting and unexpected. “Transpirat,” like the album itself, is a transformative journey, evident in the new elements, direction, and approach that the band made in the last three years.
In addition to this image, the band changes their indie/electronic style into a Grunge-influence Rock. The pop rhythm is still preserved as it defines the band while reminding us of Depeche Mode‘s “It’s no Good.” Going further with the comparison, “Transpirat” combines Twin Peaks, Depeche Mode‘s “In Your Room,” and Metallica‘s “Turn the Page.”
The Different Class navigates with confidence and vulnerability such shifting terrains inhabited by a feeling of unresolved tension, a unifying force, and a catalyst for change. Being different and distinctive, daring to step outside of the accepted overworked pattern is an integral part of the band’s musical journey. One can become obsessive with their appetite for change and dissatisfaction with what they had found in their search.
Not looking for the familiar or the conventional means of listening with both ears, an open heart, and an alert mind. “Transpirat” is not a story that places evil in the way of its characters to suppress their existence but to complete the experience of a life without secrets. Love is not only the warmth the inner fire produces, but it’s also the cold thrill of the first and last spark.
“Transpirat” was filmed in Vilnius, Lithuania, resulting from a professional team including Lukas Keizikas and Bianca Paul. Lukas Malinauskas, an actor and local producer, is also seen in the video. It is mentioned that he appeared on the successful mini-series Chernobyl.