Watch Com Truise Perform "Trying Times for the Indirect"
- Words: James Eaton
"Trying Times for the Indirect" is a typically synth-soaked, '80s-indebted track from East Coast producer Com Truise which debuted last year while Ghostly was readying its Of Art & Artifice exhibit in NYC. Now, not far from a year later, the multi-talented artist born Seth Haley has issued a live performance video for the sparkling and glitchy tune. The clip is essentially a slick-looking piece focused largely on the brightly lit controllers and keyboards used onstage by Haley, though it's also interspersed with footage of San Francisco's desolate streets and distant skyline at night. Directed by Babak Khoshnoud and Yours Truly's Will Abramson, Com Truise's new video can be watched below.
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