LETTERIST Run for Their Lives in Debut Video for “100mph”

LETTERIST Run for Their Lives in Debut Video for “100mph”

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Brooklyn darlings LETTERIST have just premiered their debut video for "100mph," on CMJ.com yesterday.

The band who has started generating attention lately, are taking it to the next level with a gorgeous new video that features singer Pamela Bell being chased by bandmates Rammy Yogendra and Alex McCown. Shot in Brooklyn, NY, the members of LETTERIST came up with a Spy vs. Spy concept for the video upon a brainstorm from Rammy.

Taking a page out of the books of Dragnet and Miami Vice with a dab of MathNet from 321 Contact (You have to watch it to believe it), the group provides a stunning video that will have you on the edge of your seat every step of the way. Pamela runs from her kidnappers as much as she can…the end result you must watch to see yourself! Also making an appearance in the piece is the infamous Broad Street Bunny from Philadelphia who was arrested in the 2008 World Series Parade. Anything is fair game in this video, and we love it!

LETTERIST is the perfect blend of electro-synthpop and dance rock. Influenced by classic artists such as Royksopp, Daft Punk, New Order, Fleetwood Mac, and Kylie Minogue, while evoking the sounds of modern luminaries like Metric and Lykke Li, the group will make you un-expect the expected. This spring sees the release of LETTERIST’s sophomore album, Solace and Gold, which was recorded with Tim Monkiewicz (Golden Pony), mixed by Abe Seiferth (DFA Records) and mastered by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side Music. Each piece takes you on a musical journey: art and history, ex-boyfriends, mental Polaroids of real life situations. Check out the intriguing video for “100mph,” and get ready to run with LETTERIST.

Check out the Premiere on CMJ:



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