Sarko Montaug Debut Video For “Possessive”
Indie/electro-pop duo Sarko Montaug, inspired by the sounds of Charli XCX and a passion for the 80’s NYC art/nightlife scene. Today, Sarko Montaug have shared “Possessive,” the duo’s debut track, the song’s theme deals with darker messages of power dynamics and toxic relationships. “Possessive” was produced/mixed by Jorge Elbrecht (Japanese Breakfast, Wild Nothing)
The songs accompanying video explores how control is transferred between and within each of us. “A fetish theme seemed a proper fit for the song” says Jess “and I feel like the foot fetish in particular is ready for mainstreaming. I would love for this to be a part of that movement.”
While the indie pop duo Sarko Montaug may be new to the music realm, their name is not. Paying tribute to twin pillars of the 80s NYC art/nightlife scene – DJ Anita Sarko and Doorman Haoui Montaug – the group’s focus is on creativity.
Haoui and Anita were instrumental in providing space for artists like Beastie Boys and Madonna to perform when they were unknowns. They had incredible taste and understood the energetic release that can only be experienced in a night club full of the right amount of friends, strangers and icons.
The group currently resides in Chicago, but as constant nomads, could be moving on again by the time you read this. “No matter where we live we’ll always be displaced Philadelphians,” say the members (married partners Cristian and Jess Mora). While most connected to new wave and other 80s genres, the group is following their creativity towards whichever musical style calls to it. “We’ll always sound indie, even when we are trying to be pop and we’ll always be trying to modernize the past.”
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