A new video from clipping.'s 2016 LP, Splendor & Misery, premiered today via Sub Pop. You can check out the video below.
Splendor & Misery is currently available for purchase at Sub Pop and Deathbomb Arc. The video and all associated links and info come to you courtesy of Sub Pop.
Watch Clipping’s new video for “True Believer” from Splendor & Misery, the group’s Hugo Award-nominated album
Clipping have just delivered an official video for “True Believer,” from Splendor & Misery, out now on Sub Pop. “True Believer” was directed by longtime collaborator Carlos Lopez-Estrada and stars guest vocalist Paul Outlaw as an astronaut floating from planet earth into outer space [watch here].
In further exciting news, Clipping’s Splendor & Misery has been shortlisted for the “Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form)” category of the Hugo Awards, which are given for specific works of science fiction or fantasy in the preceding calendar year. The awards ceremony will be held at Worldcom 75 in Helsinki, Finland on August 11th, 2017.
Later tonight (April 4th), Clipping will appear as support for the Flaming Lips in St. Petersburg, Florida at Jannus Live.
Splendor & Misery is available now on CD/LP/DL/CASS worldwide from Sub Pop [link here] and Deathbomb Arc [link here]. The album features the highlights “Baby Don’t Sleep,” “A Better Place,” and “Air ‘Em Out,” was produced by the band, and mixed by Steve Kaplan in Los Angeles. Wriggle is also available from Sub Pop [link here].
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