Krill has released a live cut of "Fresh Pond" through Out of Town Films, a Philadelphia based collective that films intimate warehouse sets of various indie bands. "Fresh Pond" is the last track on Krill's latest EP, Steve Hears Pile in Malden and Bursts into Tears, and it manages to sum up the emotional ups and downs of the EP into one six minute expression.
Performing live, the band jams like Pavement. There's a laid-back, indie stoner rock sense of comfort that stands juxtaposed with the emotional intensity of the song's climax. Their nonchalant move from quiet to loud and back to quiet seems effortless, holding to the band's image.
If you like this style of video, Out of Town Films recently recorded an extended cut of Woodsman's "Teleseparation." Also be sure to listen to the entirety of Krill's Steve Hears Pile in Malden and Bursts into Tears on Zumic.
For more music and news, check out Krill's Zumic Artist Page.