VIDEO: Thurston Moore – Circulation

Thurston Moore releases the latest video from his album Demolished Thoughts with the track ‘Circulation’ launching today. Speaking about the video he shares his thoughts on the inspiration behind it:

“Circulation, the 2nd video from Demolished Thoughts (after the dream cloud love + war visuals of “Benediction” by the mysterious, elusive director Josef Marie) – was inspired by the free-spirit poet/artist girls of Northampton Massachusetts who would explode and levitate into expressionistic transcendence whenever cool records would spin by local DJs Bill Nace, Jake Meghinsky and, when asked (rarely) – T Moore hisself. After being entranced and inspired by this ritualistic love energy it was decided by TM and Rose Mackey, one of the leading lights of this wild heart gang, to combine forces. Rose, a film director by devotion, and TM, who was looking to visualize his jam “Circulation” came together, employed the sensitive eye of Andrew Kesin, long running chief administrator of TM’s own Ecstatic Peace record label, to capture the magic touch of dance and music….. ——- and we all shine on.”

Demolished Thoughts is out now on Matador Records, Thurston Moore tours the USA starting at Pitchfork Festival this weekend, tour dates are:

Fri-Jul-15 Chicago, IL Pitchfork Music Festival
Sat-Jul-16 Madison, WI High Noon Saloon
Mon-Jul-18 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theatre*
Thu-Jul-21 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theatre*
Fri-Jul-22 Seattle, WA Capitol Hill Block Party*
Sat-Jul-23 Portland, OR Alladin Theatre*
Mon-Jul-25 Oakland , CA New Parish*
Tue-Jul-26 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall*
Thu-Jul-28 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour*
Fri-Jul-29 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour*
Sat-Jul-30 San Diego, CA Casbah*
Sun-Jul-31 Pioneertown, CA Pappy & Harriets
Thu-Aug-04 Salt Lake City, UT Twilight Music Series
Sun-Aug-28 Ottawa, ONT Ottawa Folk Festival
Tue-Aug-30 Philadelphia, PA Sanctuary @ First Unitarian Church

*With Kurt Vile and the Violators.

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