Austin duo DEEP TIME (F/K/A Yellow Fever) released an excellent record last month, a debut self-titled LP via Hardly Art. And today, they dropped a new video for their track "Gold Rush" (watch it below) wherein a couple dressed in makeshift bedsheet ghost costumes get bored of creeping around a cemetery, so they abandon the dark vibes and headstones and run to the beach for blue skies and sunshine, playing a game of volleyball as palm trees and a ferris wheel loom in the distance. They fly kites, swing on ropes, skate on a ramp, do cartwheels in the sand, and run in the waves towards the sunset, until it all ends rather abruptly. This scene is set to the tune of Jennifer Moore's smoky vox, organ and guitars plus Adam Jones on drums, a nice intro to the sort-of-dark super-minimal post-punk that makes up their new record. File this one away under "bands I totally wish were playing Boston soon."
Deep Time - "Gold Rush" from Hardly Art on Vimeo.