It all started with the layered prisms in the San Francisco band's last video for "Sugar"; the latest video, "Breathless," features blown-out kaleidoscopes of VHS glitch that's superimposed onto the silhouettes of  Young Prisms. Shot by Andrew Creighton, the material was brought back to Denver to director by Trevor Peterson, of Woodsman, where he shot and embedded extra imagery. The result echoes and amplifies the music's ingrained psychedelia, as if the video's visuals have resided within the sounds all along. --Coco Zoabi, International Tapes

MP3: Young Prisms: "Breathless"

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Tags: young prisms, video, audio

Posted by internationaltapes on 04/13/2011 at 9 a.m..

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