Brooklyn Grunge Band White Pisces Debuts An Absurd New Video

“It’s funny what can happen when you put a bunch of people together in the woods.”

February 26, 2016

White Pisces is a band from Brooklyn that makes loud, sludgy rock songs. Today, we're debuting the video for "Unbelievable Selection," a hard-charging track from the group's new split with Scully. The video was directed by New York photographer Corey Olsen, and it shakily follows the band as they do a bunch of goofy shit in the middle of nowhere, all dressed in disposable Hazmat-like suits. It's fun, and kind of feels like The Blair Witch Project if the doomed filmmakers were replaced by Zoltan cultists from Dude, Where's My Car?.

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"The video embraces confusion, so if you're confused, that's a good thing," drummer David Brandon Geeting—who sometimes takes really pretty photos for our magazine—told FADER in an email. "But it's also about being on a mission, and the kind of decisions you make out of desperation. It's funny what can happen when you put a bunch of people together in the woods." The split is coming soon on Yesterglow, a cool new label from Bryan Krueger, the dude behind sorta-legendary San Francisco tape label Wizard Mountain.

Brooklyn Grunge Band White Pisces Debuts An Absurd New Video