Death Grips Deliver Crazy Interactive New ‘Video’ -
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Death Grips Deliver Crazy Interactive New ‘Video’

by Andrew Tijs on September 14, 2012

in New Music,News

Californian glitch-hop act Death Grips debut an interactive online party for their new song ‘I’ve Seen Footage’.

Death Grips

Death Grips

Death Grips are not only doing interesting things sonically with their new album The Money Store but they’ve gone above and beyond for their new ‘video’ for the song ‘I’ve Seen Footage’.

Pitchfork reports that the after releasing a traditional video for the song (which wasn’t so traditional: a frame-by-frame photo assault), they’ve now set up an interactive site for the song, put together by WeAre From L.A. collective in partnership with MTV.

The website lets viewers pick which perspective they’d like to view a pool party from, switching between attendees. Click around enough people and you unlock “bonuses”, and getting all four will let you download an EP.

It’s pretty crazy. If you wanna kill some time fooling around in an interactive pool party, and listen to ‘I’ve Seen Footage’ about four hundred times, go to GifMeMoreParty. Or you can just watch the other video below, which is also nuts.

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