PREMIERE: Transviolet Takes Competitive Bowling To New Heights with Whimsical “Small Victory” Video

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Photo: Chris Greenwell

It seems as if it was only yesterday Transviolet’s breakout song “Girls Your Age” was playing on repeat. Now, they are gracing us with matching tracksuits and playground insults at a bowling championship. 

Taking directing and editing into their own hands, Transviolet delivers more than just a fun video and a catchy tune. When it comes to finding inspiration for the video, the band remarks:

“Three things we love: we love to make music, we love to dance, and we also love competitive bowling. Naturally, while brainstorming for the Small Victory video it was quickly decided that we would pay tribute to all the long hours spent in the bowling alley, while peppering in some of our finest dance routines. This video was so much fun to make, and we hope that you enjoy it almost as much as Mikepan enjoys a nice pair of bowling shoes.”

With perfectly structured and engaging production, unparalleled acting capabilities, and playful lyrics like “Put tape on my webcam / my boyfriend thinks they’re watchin’,” are just some aspects that make the video as amazing as Jon’s winking abilities. “Small Victory” has all the zing and zang, capturing the essence of finding light in the small wins and nodding to them as some of the biggest payoffs. You can stream the track off their new EP Valley, which was released today, Sept. 21.

Transviolet is a female fronted, 4 piece alt pop band living in Los Angeles via New York. Having been on tour with Mikky Ekko, Twenty One Pilots, and LANY, as well as playing festivals like Governor’s Ball, Firefly, Reading + Leeds, and SXSW, Transviolet is one-of-a-kind in their ability to make their music shine in any kind of setting. Don’t miss out on Transviolet’s electrifying live performance of “Kaleidoscopes” off their previous album.

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