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Watch Sheep, Dog & Wolf's Video For 'Periphescence'

Watch Sheep, Dog & Wolf's Video For 'Periphescence'

Chris Cudby / Photo credit: Fraser Chatham / Wednesday 22nd September, 2021 2:12PM

Acclaimed by such internationally respected platforms as The Quietus, Daniel McBride aka Sheep, Dog and Wolf's new album Two-Minds marks both an auspicious and artistically ambitious return from the Aotearoa songwriter / multi-instrumentalist. A reflection on his own personal experiences of chronic physical and mental illness, the Tui award-winning artist has revealed today poetic minimal visuals for 'Periphescence' from the album. Created in collaboration with Director, Art Director and Cinematographer Ben Zank, and made with support from NZ On Air, the elegantly composed performative video depicts Paul Zivkovich and Austin Goodwin holding themselves stationary in various states of (un)dress, faces concealed and seemingly alone within a variety of natural and man-made environments — conveying feelings of vulnerability, strength and even sly humour. It's a stunning piece befitting the song's hushed majesty, experience 'Periphescence' (named after a word McBride found in novelist Jeffrey Eugenides’ Middlesex) below...

'Two-Minds' is out now via Aphrodite.


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