Through a mutual appreciation of psych-rock, jazz, hip-hop and all things in between, Parisian group Holy Oysters craft wonderfully experimental records, rich with melody and musicality. Taken from the group's current EP, Egonomy, "Methylene Blue" and its accompanying visuals give a nod to the era of sassy, '90s R&B offerings by the likes of TLC, Total and Destiny's Child, with an added hit of psychedelia.
Speaking with Complex over email, frontman Max said: "This song is about a girl, but I was imagining a noughties R&B girl band singer singing it. The message is from me to the girl in question, but when I wrote it I was really picturing Beyoncé saying to a man that she's strong and doesn't need him." Filled with quirk and character, check out the visual for "Methylene Blue" above and catch the band at The Lock Tavern in London this Friday (Sept. 29).