The Abramson Singers - Skull & Crossbones

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This beautifully illustrated animation follows the relationship between a boy and a crow, both wandering through an otherworldly realm.

Directed by Eric Bates
Illustration by Ehren Salazar
Animation by Elisa Chee
Concept by Karlene Harvey

Skull & Crossbones written by Leah Abramson and Patrick Metzger
Performed by The Abramson Singers

Leah Abramson - vocals/acoustic guitar
Patrick Metzger - electric guitar/bass
Tyson Naylor - keyboards
Dan Gaucher - drums
Samantha Parton - harmony vocals

Recorded and mixed at The Hive with Colin Stewart
Produced by Colin Stewart and The Abramson Singers
Mastered by Joao Carvalho

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The Abramson Singers' recent album, Late Riser, is a soft and lovely affair, and now the Vancouver outfit have shared a video for the characteristically low-key "Skull & Crossbones."

The animated video for this sparse waltz finds a pencil-drawn protagonist going on an epic journey that takes him across a body of water in a rowboat, past a broken glass-strewn field, through a spooky forest, over a dizzying bridge, and up a mountain. All the while, a crow follows his progress and the man ends up taking an underwater plunge. It was directed by Eric Bates, with illustration by Ehren Salazar and animation by Elisa Chee.

The Abramson Singers have a couple of British Columbia shows this fall and a UK tour booked for March of 2014.
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