If you were growing in the 90s, you undoubtedly fell under the category of being head over heels in love with Pamela Anderson. Forget her short stint of the hit ABC sitcom Home Improvement, it was Baywatch that sky-rocketed most of us pre-adolescents into orbit. Austin, Texas own Sweet Spirit are also smitten with the model/actress; their single “Pamela” is a soulful, energetic pop banger ode to the one that stole all of our hearts so many years ago.
Ghettoblaster is proud to premiere the video to “Pamela” today. Shot and edited by Sean Daigle at the Hotel Vegas booze cruise, the party boat brilliantly captures the essence of the song.
Here is what singer Sabrina Ellis says about the video:
“Slow motion is exciting to watch. There’s a sense of voyeurism, when given the ability to stretch a moment out, and to stare at that moment as it unfolds. There’s a subtle naughtiness to it. Slow motion allows us to see the full arc of a movement, the build up, climax and follow through of a bouncing body part. And we can’t look away.
How apt, to set this footage to a song about the Queen of Life Saving Slomo, Pamela Anderson. While we sing our admiration for the brazen beauty, the camera flirts with pure fluidity, shots so slow they are almost still, and the kinetic dinge of drummer Danny’s ever burning cigarette.“
The single “Pamela” can be found on Sweet Spirit’s latest full-length St. Mojo, which is released today via Austin label Nine Mile Records.
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