Editor's note: We replaced the audio stream with the music video on February 17, 2016. Viewer discretion is advised because of nudity.
Brooklyn punk band The So So Glos are getting ready to release Kamikaze, their third full-length album later this year. Today, the band has shared a music video for "A.D.D. Life." Watch it above.
Frontman Alex Levine shared with Vulture about the song's meaning:
We were out the door of the scene. Suddenly, I had trouble breathing, trouble concentrating. Blood pressure was HIGH, times were LOW. Panic attacked. There were too many things to look at, people to go, places to meet. In the absence of anything tangible, I touched my telephone to feel something, but I didn't make a call and no one was on the line. I saw a sign that said "post no bills." I'm thinking, I'm post-everything. We live the A.D.D. Life. There's too much information, and we're all having trouble focusing.
Levi Zaru spoke with Noisey about the video:
The video for "A.D.D. Life" is another collaborative effort with director Chris Elia whom we previously worked with on the anti-social media anthem, "Speakeasy." "A.D.D. Life" is a tribute to overstimulation... Using frenetic editing, the video is a manic snapshot of a day in the life of a So So Glo. It features studio footage from the making of our upcoming record, Kamikaze (with producer John Reis), stock footage of various medical procedures, and the craziness that one encounters on a surreal trip in an age of sensory overload. It's got morning commutes and birthday suits. It's a true Coney Island of the mind.
Kamikaze will available this Spring. At this time, no release date has been given.
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Source: So So Glos Official YouTube