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'68 has issued a new music video.

Thursday, April 5, 2018 8:44 AM PT
Atlanta-based rock duo '68 has released a new video for "Without Any Words," a track from the band's Two Parts Viper album. You can check out the clip below. Frontman Josh Scogin (The Chariot, ex-Norma Jean), who self-directed the video, explains the concept: "I shot this video after finding my old VHS camcorder that I used to take on tour in my earlier (much earlier) days of touring. As I captured all the old footage onto my computer, I found all the glitches and dropped frames to be quite beautiful. So I decided to shoot a video in which these elements could really stand out and be the focus. As I went along I discovered other ways to make different types of glitches that came naturally to the process. For example, shooting with a cheap surveillance camera or filming the screen of a computer that's playing the footage. So these ingredients clearly set the precedent of just making the video vibe like that of a police case montage, or something similar."
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