Sticky Fingers Grieves Lost Friend in Melancholic "Not Done Yet" Music Video

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Sticky Fingers' latest music video for "Not Done Yet" truly encapsulates the vast, empty feeling felt after the loss of a loved one through its beautiful, simple visuals. Much of the video is comprised of lead singer, Dylan Frost, standing alone in the middle of a field, singing his heart out. Many other shots are of desolate, natural scenes that are uniform in color. The barren landscape was found in their lost friend's hometown of Norcia, Italy.  

The lack of vibrant colors reflect the lyrics, "But I won't see red, despite what's within," because Frost is grieving, but not with anger towards the deceased. The melancholic feeling, emphasized by the minor key, is a testament to the love felt by the band, for their departed friend, and brother, Manu. "Not Done Yet" has received much attention on Reddit for its complex, poetic lyricism.

"Not Done Yet" is the first single off of Sticky Fingers' highly anticipated album, Yours To Keep,  set to release on Feb. 8. The Australian indie rock band will also be touring North America on the "Yours To Keep Album Tour" presented by Ones To Watch kicking off in March. Be sure to hear "Not Done Yet" and many more innovative, dynamic songs at one of the dates down below:

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