For many, the color yellow may conjure up feelings of happiness, warmth or cheerfulness. The NYC-based artist who goes by the alias Peter Lake discloses what the color represents to him in his new alt-rock EP and short film, entitled Yellow. Consisting of three songs and their accompanying music videos, which together create a 12-minute film, Yellow tells a multi-layered story of love, loss and honor. Filmed by prominent music video director, Paul Boyd (Shania Twain, Lenny Kravitz, Neon Trees), the short film follows a rugged biker on a mystical journey with an extraterrestrial visitor. Yellow will be released on all music streaming platforms as well as Lake’s YouTube channel on Friday July 30th. ellow arrives fresh off the heels of Lake’s four wildly successful single releases earlier this year, including “Black Corridor,” and “Bonfire Eyes”, which together exceed over 4.6 million total streams on Spotify. Shot in the Greater Los Angeles Area, the Yellow video trilogy stars Jeremy Connors as the protagonist and Brandy Redd as the beautiful alien love interest. The videos were produced by Eric Barrett, known for I’m Gonna Git You Sucka (1988), Joe Cocker: What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted (1999) and Fun Lovin’ Criminals: Love Unlimited (1998). The Yellow EP consists of three tracks -“Past Lives,” 6 Seconds” and “Blue Flower Blue” -each having a specific theme. Inspired by a previous relationship, “Past Lives” centers on a romantic relationship in the throes of a unique conflict -believing in reincarnation while simultaneously understanding that life is for the living and being present in their love. Similar to love, life is provisionary.