Video: GusGus "Moss"
Iceland's avant-garde foursome GusGus are known for music that's chilling as Reykjavik's weather while simultaneously remaining emotionally elevating. A bizarre combination sure, but such disparate elements combined is what we’ve come to expect from artists on a freezing cold island miles from any other continent. Such geographical isolation probably inspired the graphics for the group's latest video, a bizarre, colorful visual accompaniment to its recent 12" "Moss."
See it now, along with hundreds of other videos, at XLR8R’s Video Section.
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