Boston psych-folk quartet Quilt released their second studio album, Held In Splendor, this past January. They have since been touring to support the album. So, they decided to record some footage of their tour and release it as their music video for "Mary Mountain," which you can watch above.
The clip, directed by Laura-Lynn Petrick, has a home-made quality to it. The video is grainy and shaky but that just adds charm. Showcased here are some of the beautiful places the band passes through, and in every scene Quilt look like they are having a great time. Interspersed throughout are multicolored clips of live performance. Overall, this shows the light and fun side of touring, and ends with some hilarious dancing and antics.
The song itself is full of dreamy harmonies and fuzzy, '60s psychedelia influenced guitars. The band incorporates some spacey atmospherics and a delicate piano, and they become especially prevalent during the track's trippy finale.
For more on Quilt, including news, music, and upcoming tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.
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