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Psychedelic dance pop, Fever The Ghost add musical originality to hypnotic visuals in this, the second music video for their debut, Crab In Honey (out now on Heavenly Recordings).

Fever The Ghost - 'Source' music video

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Fever The Ghost - 'Source' music video

Psychedelic dance pop, Fever The Ghost add musical originality to hypnotic visuals in this, the second music video for their debut, Crab In Honey (out now on Heavenly Recordings).

It’s a rare occasion when you come across a band who are firstly hard to define, and secondly have their own sound. The Holy Grail for all music journalists is to finally find a band that don’t need cliché comparisons. And Fever The Ghost's recent music video is nothing short of the same.

From their debut EP Crab In Honey comes the song ‘Source’- the infusion of synths, falsetto vocals and funky drum beats makes the music’s experimental nature as enjoyable as the video. The video itself is pretty trippy, with hints at themes of oriental culture and space. If you would like to see the sun on a humans body dancing with an astronaut then Felix Colgrave's animations make this the video for you.

 

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