Today was a gooooood day. We had two premieres, and much planning of the future. We’re all putting our money in gold and heading for the Costa del Sol, but not before I reveal to you all of the glory of our past few hours.
Ski Lodge’s debut music video for “I Would Die to Be” was premiered at Spinner.com. The video features the boys of the band slipping and star-wiping through a lake of stars in aerobics outfits. It’s coy, riotous, and in some ways, sinister.
Secondly, Supreme Cuts, released “Sherm” on The Fader. This is what the paragons of cool over there had to say, “track title referring to joints dunked in liquid PCP, this one points to a darker bend of their sound, like they’re trying to figure out footwork through a cloud of smoke and squinted eyes. And they never really get there—to footwork—instead caught up in the smolder, the way smoke folds into light, this ambient space in between. That’s when they’re at their best.” Ill na.
Hot tits, y’all.
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