Until The Ribbon Breaks have released a new music video for "Revolution Indifference," which features rap duo Run The Jewels. The track comes from their forthcoming debut album, A Lesson Unlearnt, due out November 4th.
Hailing from the UK, Until The Ribbon Breaks bring modern electronic sounds with hip hop stylings and brooding rock n' roll to create this hauntingly engaging song. Enter Killer Mike and El-P of Run The Jewels, and the track gets taken to a whole new dimension. The video is directed by Storme Whitby-Grubb and Until the Ribbon Breaks frontman Peter Lawrie Winfield. Winfield spoke with Pitchfork and had this to say about the video:
We are a strange breed sometimes. Pocket sized personal computers permanently stuck to our thumbs. We swipe left, right, eyes down, seemingly entirely indifferent to the world outside our own social networks. "Revolution Indifference" is about all of us hurtling towards compete apathy, and eventual total collapse, generic smartphone in tow. Who best to call up when approaching such a joyous subject? Our good friends and super villain duo: Run the Jewels.
Ps....it's meant to be fun too. A pinch of salt.
This isn't the first time these two musical forces have come together. Until The Ribbon Breaks are featured on the track "Job Well Done," off of Run The Jewel's debut self-titled album. You can stream that album and download it for free here on Zumic. You can also do the same for their second album, Run The Jewels 2, here on Zumic.
Source: Pitchfork YouTube Channel