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White Pisces Shares A Trippy Collaged Video For Their Fuzzy “Free Time”

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White Pisces Shares A Trippy Collaged Video For Their Fuzzy “Free Time” Timothy O'Connell

White Pisces is a garage group from Brooklyn that spends a lot of time with images. Drummer and vocalist David Brandon Geeting is also a photographer who's shot for The FADER and for their raucous and heavy new single, "Free Time," they gathered footage from old cartoons, clips of cats, and creepy cuts of '90s candy commercials. They edited it all together for a frantic, staticky trip that parallels everyday overstimulation.

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"The song paints kind of a bleak picture of daily routine. We thought it'd be a good first single but for all the wrong reasons — the riff always gets stuck in my head but I don't want it there," Geeting told The FADER via email. "I wanted the video to feel like someone endlessly flipping thru channels. But thinking about it now, no one watches TV anymore. Maybe I should have made a video of someone scrolling thru their Instagram feed." Watch the video for "Free Time" below.

White Pisces Shares A Trippy Collaged Video For Their Fuzzy “Free Time” Cover art by Braulio Amado.  
April 20, 2017
White Pisces Shares A Trippy Collaged Video For Their Fuzzy “Free Time”