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Slutever’s “White Flag” Video Is like a Two-Minute Vacation

Life’s a beach and then you die.

July 25, 2014


The song "White Flag" by Slutever (the grunge-pop duo of Rachel Gagliardi and Nicole Snyder, not the blogger) is, according to an interview, about feeling restless in Philadelphia, waiting for something—anything—to happen (I want a boyfriend with a cool name/ to kiss or break up with/ it's all the same). So it's appropriate that the ice cream and firework-filled video for the hooky track celebrates Los Angeles, where the pair currently live, and are presumably much more inspired. Watch the duo bum around Venice Beach with a girl gang that also includes synth-pop songwriter Emily Reo and the clip's director, Faye Orlove—and then feel temporarily bummed about your own landlocked existence. Or, alternatively, you can always pack up your shit and move to the beach. "White Flag" is available physically as a limited-edition flexi disc; that's the cover art down below.

Slutever’s “White Flag” Video Is like a Two-Minute Vacation