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Godcaster can’t be tamed on their new single “All The Feral Girls In The Universe”

The Brooklyn-via-Philly band share a wild new video from their forthcoming debut record

July 21, 2020
Godcaster can’t be tamed on their new single “All The Feral Girls In The Universe” Riley Buttery

Childhood friends Judson Kolk and Bruce Ebersole have been dreaming up music together for the better part of the past decade. In 2015, they formed Godcaster, expanding to five members and sharpening their own style of psychedelic garage rock that's both whimsical and whiplash-inducing. Their ambitious forthcoming debut album Long Haired Locusts is due out September 4th on Ramp Local, and today they're sharing its newest single "All the Feral Girls In The Universe," a rambunctious number that has each bandmate tapping into their wildest side.

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"The main motif of the 'All the Feral Girls In The Universe' video is the distorted fantasy elements combined with maximalist autoschediastic rock performance," the band wrote in an email to The FADER. "The characters in the video are the characters that perform on stage. We set designed Sam’s basement so that it would look cave-like and other-worldly, and then recorded us performing with our instruments in that setting. This was combined with frenetic shaky-cam footage taken in the PA woods. The tone of the two settings illustrate the fantastical lyrics and raucous instrumental energy."

Watch "All the Feral Girls In The Universe" below and stay tuned for Long Haired Locusts later this summer.

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Godcaster can’t be tamed on their new single “All The Feral Girls In The Universe”