Discover your own strength with At Pavillon’s freeing music video for ‘Lions’

At Pavillon’s ‘Lions’ has had the internet abuzz recently and it’s finally been given the music video treatment. At Pavillon is an indie group from Austria known by many as a bunch of romantic rebels in matching button-up shirts, all four of the members of At Pavillon hail from Vienna and have an incredible chemistry, on and off stage. The band formed in 2014 and have been working hard ever since; now that they’ve reached great heights in the Austrian scene, the band are spreading their wings and hope to spark interest in other countries around the globe.
Lions’ is an incredibly catchy indie-rock song with a chorus that aims to empower and inspire. The energy of this track, and of At Pavillon in general, could be compared to that of indie-rock heavyweights The Kooks, Two Door Cinema Club and The Wombats, while the band’s sound can be held up alongside firm indie-rock favourites Catfish and the Bottlemen and Cage the Elephant
Towards the end of the video, the band members’ eye colour change to a golden hue, implying that they themselves have turned into lions and they believe in the power that they each hold within. 
Staying true to the essence of ‘Lions’, the band described the video as a “video about being free, staying true to yourself and fighting for what you believe in”.
Watch the energetic video for At Pavillon‘s ‘Lions’ here:

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