RedEye exclusively debuts the new video from the Chicago synth-pop act, appearing Feb. 27 at Empty Bottle with RedEye Rock 'n' Vote alums the Kickback.

Mantras about living in the moment don't come much more vivid than the chorus of "Keep Me in the Dark," off Chicago electro-poppers The Noise FM's recent album "Attraction." "Whatever you've done before, just keep me in the dark," Alex Ward sings, "Whatever you've got in store, just keep me in the dark."

In the video debuting today exclusively at RedEye, however, the band looks back to one '80s pop cultural touchstone after another--starting with Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love") and hopping around from there. See for yourself above and, if you like, see the band Feb. 27 at Empty Bottle before they head to SXSW.

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