Alexander Tucker and Daniel O’Sullivan – better known as neo-psych duo Grumbling Fur – recently released their brand new LP Furfour on Thrill Jockey. As the pair explained at the time the LP was announced, the “songs are about including the process in the finished piece and spontaneous ideas are laid down, and a structure starts to emerge from this source.”
The psychedelic pop pair have now unveiled the video for the record’s new single, ‘Heavy Days.’ It’s a look at what it means to be a furry and was filmed at Fur Island. The clip is a collaborative project between 2006 Turner Prize nominee Mark Titchner and Stephen Dunn, as well as the band themselves. It’s based on the concept of a confluence of inter-dimensional realms and the blurring of identities to create a self-destructive reality. Watch below.
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