Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Anti-Flag release Difficult To Watch Video For ’20/20 Vision’

Anti-Flag, have teamed up with Indie art collective, INDECLINE, to release a thought-provoking new music video for their latest single, ’20/20 Vision’ from the album of the same name released earlier in the year. INDERCLINE is comprised of graffiti writers, filmmakers, photographers and full-time rebels and activists and focuses on social, ecological and economical injustices carried out by American and International governments, corporations and law enforcement agencies.

The video contains disturbing imagery and can be viewed here:

 

INDECLINE had this to say of their collaboration: “For INDECLINE, Anti-Flag has always provided more than just music. Growing up, the band gave us valuable insight into the mechanics of politics, war and propaganda. Their songs inspired us, provided a soundtrack for countless illegal missions in the name of activism and articulated things in a language that we spoke. It was an incredible honor to collaborate with Anti-Flag on this music video. Their concept for the track was a perfect fit and lent itself to a stark and cinematic production. We were also privileged to collaborate with dancer and choreographer David Mayorga, whose performance took this video to an entirely new level. Conceptually, this video harbors a profound message that we at INDECLINE have been actively working to disseminate through artistic disruptions for close to two decades. The viewing experience is also really engaging as it forces the viewer in real time to make the decision between enjoying the lighthearted performance element, or the dark and depressing reality just behind it. This is quintessential INDECLINE in terms of visual content and we couldn’t have asked for a better collaborative partner.”

20/20 Vision is out now via Spinefarm Records.

Dale Unsworth
Self-proclaimed journalist, Progressive rock enthusiast and the most American sounding person you're ever likely to meet in the North of England

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