Photo: Adrien Vargas // REVOLT
  /  10.15.2015

Following the release of their critically-acclaimed sophomore album Ego Death, The Internet has been more focused than ever. In support of the project, the Odd Future outfit has performed at a string of shows from coast to coast, took their acoustic experimental-R&B sounds to NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series, and now returns to drop off a visual to the opening track “Get Away.” Directed by Calmatic, the introspective video combines scenes of Syd clashing with her girlfriend, the band performing in a empty, dusty lot, all while turning to a few vices to top everything off. It’s a quintessential L.A. situation with a mish-mash of funk music and good vibes.

Watch The Internet Perform An Intimate Set On NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert

The Internet is currently on tour now, and will cap off at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in L.A. on Nov 14. Watch the video below.


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