Having released their latest album Top Ten Hits of the End of the World on Paw Tracks last month, the Brooklyn duo took a more unorthodox approach when developing the idea for the music video to newest single “So Destroyed,” ostensibly sung by Rage Peace under the album’s pseudo artist concept. The band asked fans to send in videos of themselves dancing to the song and then the videos were spliced together to form one continuous global dance party. And to go along with the video, Mark McGuire of Emeralds has decided to have a go at the song and has produced his own “Road Chief Destroyed Soul Mix.” Listen to it below the video. Also be sure to check out some tour dates for Prince Rama as they head out on an abbreviated run of eastern US stops in December.
Prince Rama tour dates:
12/12 – Cleveland, OH @ Happy Dog
12/13 – Healthy or Hungover LIVE – Detroit, MI @ Salt & Cedar
12/14 – Detroit, MI @ Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
12/15 – Chicago, IL @ Schubas
12/16 – Indianapolis, IN @ Big Car Service Center
12/18 – Columbus, OH @ Skylab Gallery
12/19 – Baltimore, MD @ Windup Space
12/20 – Washington, DC @ Comet Ping Pong
12/21 – New York, NY @ Times Square (Venue TBA)
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