The Clinton brothers at Blurf getting weird, setting their stand around this amazing tune Night Beats by Messiah. A Volcom band oddly enough, very Doors, but not recorded in 1967.
“It’s not every day Lewis wears eye shadow” Brother Jack assured us. “We got some funny looks filming this and were going to set it around The Stranglers but it was just too slow. Then I remembered this tune from a disk of rights-cleared music and here we are.”
At MSW we love a bit of progression, the elevation of the every day via some classy editing to a engaging and unique piece. Long live the evolution of the surf short.
Music by Night Beats - Messiah - Volcoment.com
Filmed and edited by Jack Clinton / xpyvisions.com
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