In the Summer of 2000 I stayed in Oberlin. I was a Cole scholar and I worked for Natalie Mosher. About three weeks into the campaign (for me) "The Moon and Antarctica" (Modest Mouse) came out. It became my soundtrack for that summer. I listened to it over and over and over.
I have a feeling that "Good News for People Who Love Bad News" is going to be the same thing this time. I found a place to watch the new "Float On" video. It's amazingly strange. I don't know what to compare it to, except that there is some part of me that connects it to the theater scene in Mulholland Drive and the 7 Nation Army video. It also sort of feels like a happier version of some of Tool's videos. None of these are very rational associations, but see for yourself.
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One final note...I swear that Isaac Brock (lead singer) bears a remarkable ressemblence to DFA's own Beau W.