Any list of artists whose we admire greatly would have to include the names of Marissa Nadler, who has made numerous albums of haunting, textured music over the past decade, including this year’s staggeringly good July; and Naomi Yang: musician, photographer, and publisher of avant-garde literature.
And thus, we’re excited to hear that Yang directed a video for Nadler’s song “Drive,” which turns the song into a kind of kaleidoscope of collages and vivid locations. Plus, there’s a View-Master, which is a welcome touch. You can see the whole thing below.
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