Bahari is throwing it back with a video for "Summer Forever," and it's infectiously groovy to say the least. The trio has found major success with placements on Apple Music's "Feels" and Spotify's "Edgy Pop" playlists, not to mention opening for Selena Gomez and Birdy on tour.
They're known for their sunny energy and infectious harmonies, which are consistent throughout their catalog. Their first release, "I Miss You," is currently at over 30 million streams and their most recent single, “Chasers," is a must listen. The LA-based female electronic pop trio is ending the summer with a surprise #TBT for their fans.
The "Summer Forever" video is an homage to "That '70s Show," complete with the basement camera swivel we all know and love, not-so-subtly referencing California's recent legalization of marijuana. The video has every essential element of the 70s, with outdated televisions, faux wood wall paneling, psychedelic backgrounds and middle parts for days.
The end of summer deserves a video like this to celebrate golden youthful memories. The lyrics of the song are straightforward, reflecting the simple bliss of being a teenager. Bahari sings,
"Moon on the water
Days getting hotter
Feet in the sand
Holding your hand."
The video ends with the trio playing in a basement, giving a nod to the humble start of so many groups in their childhood homes. Bahari never fails to deliver a singable summer bop, and the visuals for "Summer Forever" perfectly encapsulate the thrill of their sound.
Take a break from your responsibilities and remember the good times with Bahari's "Summer Forever" video, premiering on Ones To Watch today.