TCTS unveils music video for “Not Ready For Love” featuring Maya B.
Accelerating a rapid rise around the world highlighted by nearly 75 million streams across his catalog and acclaim from DJ Magazine and more, TCTS unveils the music video for his buzzing single “Not Ready For Love” featuring Maya B today. The clip premiered today on Billboard Dance. (link & quote) Watch it HERE. Get the song HERE via Astralwerks.
Directed by Joan Bosch [Gorgon City’s “There for You” featuring MK] and shot in Barcelona, the music video shocks the lyrics to life. A group of friends kick back in a parking lot before the track takes over, and the female protagonist quite literally bends over backwards under the rush of love. The visual jumps to a flashy and frenetic dance routine awash in neon lights and turn-of-the-century raver style as it pulsates to a driving rhythm.
The video capitalizes on the momentum of “Not Ready For Love.” Released late last year by the critically acclaimed UK producer, artist, remixer, and DJ, the track just closed in on 5 million total streams, generating 2 million-plus on Spotify alone. It graced the platform’s flagship dance playlist mint since December. Additionally, Sam Girling let his unmistakable touch to an official remix. Fresh Music Freaks included this take among “Hot New Tracks.” Get it HERE.
Over the past several years, TCTS (born Sam O’Neill) quietly rose to the forefront of electronic dance music. He has churned out over 75 million streams and counting across his catalog, in addition to receiving praise courtesy of NYLON, i-D, Stereogum, The FADER, Clash, MTV, Wonderland, Spin, Mixmag, Vibe, The Guardian, and more. Superstars such as Haim, Bazzi and Jessie Ware have sought him out for remixes. Meanwhile, he has graced the stages of Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, Hideout, and Miami Music Week in addition to touching down everywhere from Australia and Asia to Ibiza where he performed at Amnesia and BBC Radio 1 and headlined Ocean Beach Club. Now, he positions himself for a major mainstream breakthrough in 2019, blasting off with the single “Lazerbeams.”