Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Shares New Video for "Garden"
- Words: Patric Fallon
The brightly colored dance tunes from UK producer Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs are matched with equally effervescent visuals in this video for "Garden," from the recently released All in Two Sixty Dancehalls EP. Two straight-faced performers, Louisa from Lulu and the Lampshades and TEED himself, don funny hats and shuffle about amidst a rainbow's spectrum of colored lights, floating bubbles, and falling water. The duet continues back and forth throughout "Garden," but the boy and girl don't once acknowledge the other's presence, which is appropriate for the exchange of lovers' questions and requests being made in the lyrics. TEED's song is like a few small letters sent back and forth via lovable dance-pop, but just as the video and music slowly fade out with no climactic conclusion, the two protagonists never reach a resolution for their wonderings.
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