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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Watch Neon Indian's Spider-iffic New Video, See 'Em in North Beach on Sunday

Posted By on Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 10:05 AM


No word yet on whether Neon Indian's Alan Palomo will add the giant spider from this funky new stop-motion video for "6669 (I Don't Know if You Know)" to his live show for Sunday's performance at the All Shook Down Festival. But while we sort that out, enjoy, here, the creation myth of said spider, and note that Palomo is still putting out videos for an (admittedly great) album (Psychic Chasms) that came out last year. That's a marvel, not a complaint -- watching the iron spider enter the world to the metallic bleeps of this tidy, groove-driven NI track is all pleasure. Unless, of course, you're an arachnophobe. But even if eight-legged, ten-eyed, giant black crawly things generally give you the wrong kind of goosebumps, you have to admit that this fake one is sort of cute. Buy him a beer Sunday and we bet he won't bite.


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