Unconstrained desire is explored in Analog’s newest song, ‘Tame’

Rock outfit Analog is back with their second single “Tame” from their upcoming full-length album Portable People. The track is a headbanging portrait of unconstrained desire, the resulting limbo of driving guitars and catchy hooks leaving the listener in a whirlwind of moreish rock vibes.

Along with the track’s release, the band also deliver its accompanying music video. Directed and edited by Andrés Monsalve, the video tells the story of a steamy high stakes affair, the betrayal soon turning deadly when uncovered. The intensity of the visuals perfectly matches the anticipation building tune, boiling over at the crescendo of the chorus.

We as humans tend to take everything for granted. Especially when it’s right under our nose. Once it’s gone, We suddenly ache for it.  We always want what we can’t have.” – Albae Camino, lead vocals and guitar, on his latest single.

Analog are influenced by Led Zeppelin, The White Stripes and Robert Johnson. The Portable People LP, due out on July 5th, will be the band’s first full-scale release since their debut EP Extended Pleasure, back in 2014.


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