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god bows to math “Tightly Wound” – video released

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GOD BOWS TO MATH
“Tightly Wound” – video released Monday 13th January.


Having ventured across China in 2013 in support of their 7” split with Pairs, long-standing MUZAI originals god bows to math belatedly release the music video to Tightly Wound, the lead single of said vinyl release.

Directed and edited by Michael Prain (Die! Die! Die!), the video is a surreal, macabre take on Little Red Riding Hood – replacing the journey to grandma's house with a nonchalant walk amongst the denizens of Karangahape Road in Auckland... stalked once again however by the big bad wolf. Werewolf, in this instance.

A juxtaposition of styles, with the caustic nature of god bows to math's single the backdrop to a grim fairytale in Auckland, Tightly Wound marks the band's third foray into the world of the music video – their previous effort being 2011's Slow Decline (from their début album, god bows to math).

Tightly Wound on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxrsbJ4Bx9Q
Tightly Wound on Soundcloud - http://soundcloud.com/muzairecords/gbtm-tightly-wound

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