Monday, February 11, 2013

Beautifully weird new video from Hundred Waters

Posted By on Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 3:55 PM


One of the most lush tunes from Hundred Waters was gifted an equally overgrown setting in the swamps of Florida and Weeki Wachee Springs (you know, where the mermaids are!) in the just-released official music video. It features a pint-sized native who calls to mind Max from Where the Wild Things Are in character, although it seems his famous, fuzzy-white costume has been given to the cryptic creature he encounters out in Florida's untamed backyard. (Really, though, whoever created that costume gets an A+ in my book. I'd like to see that textural masterpiece in person.) The video ends with a splash that is sure to make you itch for warm-weather reasoning to go plummet into your favorite area waterhole straightaway.

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