MGMT's Will Berman Brunches on Blue Eggs in This Bonkers K. Leimer Video

NYC label RVNG Intl. serves up a fittingly oddball visual to accompany their K. Leimer reissue.

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There's a bit of a Dr. Seuss feel to this brand new video for Seattle-based '70s ambient adventurer K. Leimer's "Lonely Boy." While Seuss was all about green eggs and ham, however, MGMT's Will Berman—somewhat inexplicably—toasts Leimer by frying up a couple of blue ones. "Lonely Blue" is taken from RVNG Intl's recently released K. Leimer compilation, A Period of Review (Original Recordings: 1975 – 1983), and whips up that familiarly weird, oddball-on-my-own feeling from just a scrappy piano line and a cracked-out synth.

MGMT's Will Berman Brunches on Blue Eggs in This Bonkers K. Leimer Video