Taken from the new EP Clear Lake Forest, available now
Produced by Ace & Son Moving Picture Co., LLC
Kelsey Rose Stark, Director Richard O’Connor, Producer/Creative Director Taisiya Zaretskaya, Animator Casey Drogin, Additional Animation Kristin Kemper, Art Production
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The Black Angels premiered a new video for "An Occurrence at 4507 South Third Street" today on Q Magazine's website. The gritty and powerful video, directed by Kelsey Rose Stark and produced by Ace & Son Moving Picture Co., examines the suspension of time. In the clip, a woman falls following a struggle; the result is an exploration of life and what can transpire within that final instant, as she sees the various ghouls of everyday life while spiraling down to her final breath. The directors took their inspiration from both the song's allusions to the Ambrose Bierce short story An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, which deals with similar themes, as well as iconic psychedelic imagery.
The track is taken from the band's new offering Clear Lake Forest, out now via Blue Horizon. NME gave the release an 8/10, saying that "The Black Angels' psych scholarship pays dividends here." Clear Lake Forest cut "Diamond Eyes" premiered via Consequence of Sound, who called it a "highly refined slice of blues-meets-psych-rock, with singer Alex Maas delivering his sun-baked croon over swirls of hazy feedback and guitars that zig-zag like rainbow-colored basilisks."
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