And the waves of exposure just keep rolling in for Candy Claws. Fresh after being written up in the latest issue of Spin - as we mentioned recently, the magazine included a track from the group amongst its Songs You Must Hear Now list -- the Fort Collins-based act was the subject of a pair of noteworthy premieres last week. Stereogum posted the band's new video for "Silent Time of Earth," in which the outfit took an animated Russian short from the mid-'40s called The Stolen Sun and made it its own by colorizing it and adding its own score.
Equally as notable, Pitchfork premiered the Yours Truly Tunnel Vision segments below last week. Filmed on location in San Francisco at the end of July, the clips, which feature the band performing two songs ("Warm Forest Floor" and "Hiding") from its latest album, Hidden Lands, are airing right now on Pitchfork TV.
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