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Design of the Week | Connections



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Columbus, OH indie rock band, Connections, recently released a video for their new song "Weapons," and it's totally bizarre and extremely impressive. The video is directed by Brandon Reichard, and must have taken countless hours to create. "Weapons" includes scenes of an alien drinking wine in a bathtub, a fish swimming in tomato soup, a piñata escaping a child's birthday party, and two bananas making love (to name a few shining moments). The imagination and intricacies of the stop animation are wildly original. Not to mention, the song is super solid. I look forward to seeing/hearing more from Connections.

Connections - Weapons from connections on Vimeo.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 05 October, 2016 Columbus, Connections, Weapons | 0 comments
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