New Music Video: Honey B – Bella Loka

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David and Tea Boothby – aka Indie pop duo BELLA LOKA – are back with a music video to their latest single, Honey B. Vocalist and songwriter Tea Boothby, who’s also a filmmaker, created the four-minute magical production.

Recently signed to Dallas/Sheffield-based label DEFDISCO (Public Enemy, Kaela Sinclair from M83, Lovestarrs), the husband/wife team have just completed their debut album The Light, The Mud & The Dark at the infamous Abbey Road Studios working with in-house producers Rob Cass & Pearse MacIntyre (Cave Productions). The album is set for release late in 2016.

Honey B is now available on iTunes…for now, watch the video to the single.

New Music Video: Colin – Bella Loka

Tea & David Boothby – aka – BELLA LOKA returns with a spanking new visual for their latest single, Colin (from their debut EP Escape.)
The song was originally inspired by a real-life Colin, a pianist friend of the band with musical superpowers, but the video expands the story to an epic tale of two anti-heroes called Colin and the Blue Miner who connect across time and space to fight an epic battle on a higher plane resulting in the exchange of powers and the birth of a star.
The visual came to singer, songwriter and video creator Tea Boothby whilst recording the song at Abbey Road and was realised through the use of her own sketched comic book characters which were then imported to visual effects software in which she created the film.
Based in Camden Town, London, the wife-and-husband indie duo have been back in Abbey Road since the start of the year and will be releasing a brand-new EP later in 2015 following a number of summer festival appearances.

EP Review: Escape – Bella Loka

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Originally from Bristol, husband and wife act BELLA LOKA moved to London’s Camden Town to work on their latest project, Escape set for release on 2nd September.

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, the five-track production features singer/songwriter Tea Boothby’s angelically-light vocals which lures you  into a colourful fusion of 80-esque indie pop and refreshingly-sweet electronic (slightly rock) melodies (well executed by David Boothby).

With the support of loyal fans, funds were raised for Escape through a £10000 Kickstarter campaign…after sampling the EP, It’s very safe to say that this couple did their fans proud.

The #Mustlistens: Escape, Alive, Wake Up (You Could Do Much Better)