Portugal. The Man Returns With Interactive Video For “Feel It Still”

The band returns after an almost four year break with a groovy single and an interactive video.

March 06, 2017

Indie rockers Portugal. The Man released a video for their latest single "Feel It Still" today. This is the first showing from the Alaskan band since 2013's Evil Friends. The video depicts frontman John Gourley dancing his way through a junkyard in a pair of white overalls. It's a welcome return from the band, who have been spending their time working on their upcoming album Gloomin + Doomin.


When viewed on YouTube, the video reads as a typical music video with a political bent (a man in a turban reads a flaming newspaper titled "Info Wars"), but when viewed on feelitstill.com the video becomes what the band calls a "#resist toolkit."

The viewer is encouraged to click on various Easter eggs throughout the video, which collect in the toolkit on the screen. When a viewer goes to the toolkit, they can click through their various eggs to perform various actions such as donating to the ACLU, reading about global warming dislocation, and getting information on how to contact your representatives in Congress.

Portugal. The Man's North American tour starts this Thursday.

Portugal. The Man Returns With Interactive Video For “Feel It Still”