From the forthcoming album, Hard Boiled Soft Boiled, out April 15, 2014 via Buzz Records.
The last video we saw from Odonis Odonis was a creepy story set to the noisy and chaotic “New Obsession,” so it would totally understandable if you were to watch this and think it was the work of a completely different band. But that’s just the way Odonis Odonis’ new album, Hard Boiled, Soft Boiled, works. Side A is all industrial punk, followed by a smooth and sweeter second half. “Angus Mountain” comes from that second half and it’s a prettier track than “New Obsession,” set to a visual that’s a little easier on the eyes. The Jesse Yules-directed video folds up images of the band like origami while using a hypnotic mirroring effect that makes everything fold in on itself. Maybe it’s just a coincidence, but with that symmetrical effect, it brings to mind Nicolas Provost’s classic experimental short film “Papillion D’Amour.” -- Stereogum
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