Brooklyn psychedelic rockers Woodsman have released an extended studio take of "Teleseparation," a track off of their latest self-titled album, released last month. Turning a six minute song into an eleven minute ambient masterpiece is something of a feat, as the guitarists use a range of effects pedals to turn a few riffs into a complicated room-filling harmony.
Don't be alarmed by the first two minutes though. What begins as something sounding like a loose, out of time warmup tightens up in the turn of a drum fill, and the band explodes into a tight jam for the remainder of the video. Through the two guitars, the drummer steals the show, playing an interestingly complex beat that adds speed and intensity to the dreamy aesthetic.
The video, produced by Out of Town Films, was shot in a 2,400 square foot warehouse space in Philadelphia and perfectly showcases the band's production values as they spend equal amounts of time working pedals for the perfect sound as they do shredding on guitar.