iDKHOW Reveals Classic 70’s Music Movies for “Razzmatazz”

iDKHOW reveal vintage, 70’s tinged music video for “Razzmatazz”

As we near the October 16 release date of Razzmatazz – the second album from I Don’t Know How But But Found Found Me (iDKHOW) – the band continues to keep fans on the edge of their seats.

Just last week iDKHOW released the second single and the title track “Razzmatazz”, which showed their range as an artist, as they bring stylistically jazzy influences from the 70s – a stark contrast to the rather forward-looking indie / alternative rocking first single, “Leave Me Alone “. Today the eclectic duo released an accompanying ’70s video for the aforementioned title track.

The music video, made by Everett Fitch, was shot on only vintage lo-fi VHS equipment and features the band in front of electrical colors and clips from experimental films and early CGI from the late ’70s.

iDKHOW has enjoyed success throughout its career, accumulating over 100 million Spotify streams and taking first place on Billboard’s Heatseekers table (for the Extended Play EP 1981 of 2018) – all before their debut album was released. Razzmatazz marks an important step in the band’s already formidable career, and fans were more than ready to embrace the next steps for the band.

The music industry was too, because “Leave Me Alone” has now cracked the Top 20 on Alt Radio and has been one of the biggest winners of the charts for six weeks.

If you like what you hear from the first two singles – you should – you can pre-order Razzmatazz here.