The new Suuns video is probably what blockchain looks like IRL

“Make It Real” is the latest track from the Montreal experimental rock group’s upcoming album Felt.

February 15, 2018

Once Canada's foremost krautrock revivalists, Suuns have since developed into a band with its own intriguing testimony. "Make It Real," a song from the Montreal group's upcoming fourth album Felt, is a swooning, stargazing track: electronics wink and flutter like Silver Apples on a downer against spacious and tumbling drums, an entrancing repetition that singer/guitarist Ben Shemie weaves into his affecting vocal performance. "Hey you all get the feeling / I feel it everyday, it's the same, same" he sighs, bolstering the song's tension that hints at an impending and massive transformation.


The track's gorgeous video, premiering today on The FADER, is directed by Sabrina Ratté. She explained her process in an email: "When I first listened to 'Make it Real,' I immediately visualized pop and colourful imageries. I revisited Superstudio and Archigram's utopian architecture, which became my main inspiration for this video. This project was also the opportunity to experiment further with some of my personal techniques where I map photographs (or in this case video of the band) onto 3D structures. I've worked with Suuns on a previous music video about 5 years ago, and did many visuals for them in live settings."

Watch the music video for "Make It Real" above, and check out Suuns's upcoming tour dates below.

Felt, the new album from Suuns, is out March 2 via Secretly Canadian/Secret City Records. Preorder it here
Suuns tour dates

Fri. Feb. 9 – St-Casimir, Canada @ La Taverne
Sat. Feb. 10 – Sherbrooke, QC @ La Petite Boite Noire
Fri. Feb. 16 – Trois-Rivieres, Canada @ Le Zenob
Sat. Feb. 17 – Gatineau, Canada @ Le Minotaure
Wed. Mar. 7 – St-Hyacinthe, Canada @ Le Zaricot
Fri. Mar. 9 – Montreal, QC @ Le National
Sat. Mar. 10 – Quebec City, QC @ La Source de la Martiniere
Thu. Mar. 15 – Toronto, ON @ Great Hall
Sun. Mar. 25 – Knoxville, Tennessee @ Big Ears Festival
Thu. Mar. 29 – Rome, Italy @ Monk Club
Fri. Mar. 30 – Milan, Italy @ Magnolia
Sat. Mar. 31 – Winterthur, Switzerland @ Salzhaus
Sun. Apr. 1 – Marseille, France @ Espace Julien
Tue. Apr. 3 – Saint-Malo, France @ Nouvelle Vague
Wed. Apr. 4 – Paris, France @ Elysee Montmarte
Thu. Apr. 5 – London, United Kingdom @ Scala
Fri. Apr. 6 – Brussels, Belgium @ Le Botanique
Sat. Apr. 7 – The Hague, Netherlands @ Rewire Festival
Sun. Apr. 8 – Koln, Germany @ Gebaude 9
Mon. Apr. 9 – Hamburg, Germany @ Molotow Musikclub
Tue. Apr. 10 – Berlin, Germany @ Festsaal Kreuzberg
Wed. Apr. 11 – Istanbul, Turkey @ Babylon
Fri. Apr. 27 – Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room (Levitation)
Tue. May 22 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott
Wed. May 23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere
Thu. May 24 – Washington, DC @ Union Stage
Fri. May 25 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Boot & Saddle
Sat. May 26 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Café
Sun. May 27 – Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
Tue. May 29 – Detroit, MI @ El Club
Wed. May 30 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
Thu. May 31 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Hi-Fi
Fri. June 1 – Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar


Thumbnail photo by Joseph Yarmush

The new Suuns video is probably what blockchain looks like IRL