An unsolicited review:
Damn. That was g.r.e.a.t exclamation point. Crystal Prisms is a perfect song. I've heard it before. I've never heard it before. Always hear it. First time I ever heard it. One of the above. So few notes. So much music. Walker covers the whole virtual world with keyboards. Barnett hits about two notes on the bass and that machine just runs. About two people
have ever gotten a better sound out of a snare drum than Thompson, who hides behind all of it like a dark heart. Put the backup vocalist under contract now. Can't thank that videographer enough.
The visual content jams my board and ports me back to Chicago in some upgraded mid-eighties when I used to go out for a local band in light rotation on that channel when there was that. What I liked about them was that they sounded exceptional live and looked even better. There was no attempt in any way to manage a single cord. Every stage looked like someone had taken a graveyard of electronics, picked it up, shaken the piss from it, and just let it drop to leave it where it lay. Equipment chaos. Dirt and darkness. Hardhats required. VI's video has that same laws and sausages feeling. And blue lights. Hong Kong Wire Work with the strings showing. All for a couple of bucks. Sign me up. Into heavy rotation. Very, very nice.
I hope you had as much pleasure making that as I did watching it.
For real. Thanks.
Additional camera work: Emily Clark
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