RVNG Intl. Shares Visible Cloaks Video

'Terrazo' (Feat. Motion Graphics) is pulled from the duo's forthcoming album.
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Portland duo Spencer Doran and Ryan Carlile (a.k.a. Visible Cloaks) will release their latest album, Reassemblage, via RVNG Intl. on February 17.

The album follows their RVNG debut, Valve / Valve— a collaborative release with Japanese act Dip in the Pool—and, according to the press release, is "a collection of delicately rendered passages of silence and sound that invokes – and invites - consciousness."

Running alongside the release, Doran has compiled an hour-long mixtape titled Transitions—split into "Day and Night sides"—that weaves the duo's Japanese influences with spoken word and contributions from peers and contributors to Reassemblage. The mixtape will be a limited release available only on cassette.

With the announcement of Reassemblage, Doran and Carlile have also shared the video for first single, “Terrazzo,” which features Motion Graphics and arrives accompanied by a virtual landscape from Brenna Murphy.

You can watch the video in full below, with the album arriving on February 17.