Much UnevenMuch Use Karaoke Format Visual for “Uneven” Video

Anyone has the urge to go karaoke right now? Because Much do and they deliver it through a visual for their new single “Uneven”. Using the classic karaoke format visual, the indie rock band from Malang funnily put a picture of an orchid flower in the beginning of the music video which reminds you of those 90’s karaoke aesthetic. The video then gets even more amusing with the lyrics on display and Anggi, Pandu, Vino, Dandy and Risang do theatrical and comical movements whether in a solo scene, or group. Move over JKT48, Much’s choreography is even better and pleasant to watch with Vino being the center of our attention. The video was directed by Much’s frontman, Dandy Gilang and they were all clad in checkered shirts with different colors.

Much Uneven“Uneven” is taken from Much’s upcoming album which is planned to be released in early 2017 via Haum Entertainment. The song itself tells about the unequal love between two people, in which one party sacrifices his/her feeling to much. Rather than dwelling on a mellow mood, Much wrap the song in a very cheerful manner which resulted in a humorous video. Uploaded on December 30th, the video could easily top our Best Music Video from 2016. Don’t even start an argument with us, okay. Let’s sing along to Much’s new single “Uneven” with the music video below. You could also listen to the song entirely on Much’s Soundcloud page here, and read our thought about the song as well.