Montreal's Chloé Soldevila and her band Anemone are gearing up to release their glorious debut LP Beat My Distance next month on Luminelle, and today the group shares another highlight from the record with the dreamy "Memory Lane". While Chloé says the song "is reminiscent of one's unrepairable distance from another", the Laura-Lynn Petrick-directed video, on the other hand, is a "magical friendship story" that radiates a more carefree vibe. She explains:

"My goal was to honour the joyous summer days I spend in the eastern townships of Quebec; one of the dearest, dreamiest places in my heart. It's the kind of place you go with your best friends and simply the feeling from being there is larger than life. We always have an epic time. I'm so glad to have met the director Laura-Lynn Petrick. What started with a small plan ended up being a real and blissful week - an adventure worthy of a road trip in Southern Italy, filled with loving encounters, morning swims, wine, and even a quick sea-doo and motorcycle ride. She has a special talent for bringing the best out of life; we didn't have to pretend to depict the joyous days, we actually lived them"

Beat My Distance is coming February 15th. Check the "Memory Lane" video below + pre-order the record on limited blue vinyl here.