Wati Heru "White Lines" Video

Posted by , May 22, 2015 at 05:15pm

Wati Heru drops a "7/11"-style video for "White Lines."


The opening track on Wati Heru and Kashaka's March EP, Dystopia FM, "White Lines" references a Grandmaster Flash track of the same name, and today, it gets a video. Shot in the same stop-motion style as Beyoncé's "7/11" video, these visuals are trippy and vibrant (though not quite as trippy as Heru's earlier video for "New Blue Hunnids"). 

The video takes us through a Heru Knitting Factory performance, spanning from a pre-show meal, to a backstage smoking sesh, to a sound check, and finally, to the actual performance. The song itself is a slo-mo thriller, one of the best on the EP. 

Wati Heru drops a "7/11"-style video for "White Lines."

The opening track on Wati Heru and Kashaka's March EP, Dystopia FM, "White Lines" references a Grandmaster Flash track of the same name, and today, it gets a video. Shot in the same stop-motion style as Beyoncé's "7/11" video, these visuals are trippy and vibrant (though not quite as trippy as Heru's earlier video for "New Blue Hunnids"). 

The video takes us through a Heru Knitting Factory performance, spanning from a pre-show meal, to a backstage smoking sesh, to a sound check, and finally, to the actual performance. The song itself is a slo-mo thriller, one of the best on the EP. 

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