The official video for Dirty Projectors 'Stillness Is The Move' (Dir. Matthew Lessner) off the album 'Bitte Orca'. Out Now on Domino Records.
The video was shot on location on Mount Equinox, Vermont and features siberian huskies and rare llamas.
Directed by Matthew Lessner Produced by Justin Lundstrom Cinematography by Adam Newport Berra Greencard Pictures
Dirty Projectors are a Brooklyn-based experimental rock band led by Dave Longstreth. They have released seven full-length albums through 2010. The band currently consists of Longstreth along with Amber Coffman (vocals, guitar), Angel Deradoorian (vocals, keyboard, samples, guitar, bass), Brian McOmber (drums), Nat Baldwin (bass), and Haley Dekle (vocals).
Bitte Orca is a studio album by American experimental rock band Dirty Projectors, released on June 9, 2009 on Domino Records. The word "bitte" is a German word for "please," and "orca" is another name for a killer whale. Frontman Dave Longstreth states that he liked the way the words sound together. Longstreth notes that the music contained within the album "felt very [much] about colors, and their interaction," and that the music was written with the notion of the band, as a whole, in mind.
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