"Now Is The Time Of Emotion" is taken from Prince Rama's album, "Xtreme Now," out now.
"NOW IS THE TIME OF EMOTION"
Prince Rama: Taraka and Nimai Larson
Directed By: Matt Hoffman and Taraka Larson
Set Design: Taraka Larson, Nimai Larson, Haydn Larson, Matt Hoffman
Production Manager: Nimai Larson
Camera: Matt Hoffman, Will Rahilly, Julia Oldham
Editing: Matt Hoffman, Taraka Larson
Color Correction: Ray Stockwell
Graphics: Will Rahilly
DC Wheels: Jordan Barney, Idris Batou, Mia Charles, Joe Falvella, Paulina Guerrera, William Keysar, Myles Massey, Jimmy Pelletier, Jaire Rose
Gallerista: Sasha Lord
Motorcyclist: Christopher May
Chainsaw: Ray Stockwell
Samurai Goth: Will Demothi
Fencers: Connor Martin, Will Hutnick
Skateboarding dog: Sammy
Angry Hare: Krishna Haydn Larson
Feminist: Julia Oldham
Fake Video Art: Will Rahilly, Amber Schaefer
Tap Dancer: Ryan Nugent
CROWD: Holly Allen, Max Allen, Danny Cabrera, Megan Callanan, Katie Ford, Charlie & Terry Hoffman, Jesse Hoffman, Debbie Lada-Hoffman, Lucy and Maren Hoffman, Javon Moore, Kelly Stapleton, Braden and Quinn Stockwell, Jill Winsby-Fein
Construction Assistance: Dorian Rolston, Geoff Booras, Alyson Carpenter
PA and Special effects: Heidi Vaughan-Greenwood, Connor Martin
Donated Artworks: Nick Van Zanten, Erin Sweeny, Will Hutnick, Holden Brown, Macon Reed and Photocakes by Freshtown of Amenia, Ryann Slauson, and Ghost of a Dream.
A Very Special Thank-You To: Todd Hyman, Jeff Barnett-Winsby and Bowie Zunino, Adam Eckstrom, Freshtown of Amenia, Eve Biddle, Will Hutnick, The Lantern, The Wassaic Project, DC Wheels, Tara Foley, Christopher May, Haydn Larson, Deets Larson, Stockwell Media
Shot On Location At: The Wassaic Project
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p + c 2016 Carpark Records
Brooklyn’s Prince Rama released their ambitious new album, Xtreme Now, back in February, and today they’re debuting a video for the single “Now Is The Time Of Emotion.” In the clip, the Larson sisters perform in a gallery as the art that surrounds them starts to come alive. The duo told The FADER the following: More than anything, we just wanted an excuse to do all the forbidden things we’ve always wanted to do in a museum but are never allowed to… So we built our own version of a modern art museum and incited gangs of skateboarders, motorcyclists, fencers, small children, and crazed-townspeople to ransack its contents, destroying the artwork in bizarrely surreal manners and ultimately exorcising their corresponding emotions.