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WOOLF AND THE WONDERSHOW RELEASE “DRINKING ABOUT YOU” MUSIC VIDEO

Enigmatic, alt- pop duo Woolf and the Wondershow – producer/singer Christopher J Baran and film composer Benjamin J Romans – have unveiled their latest music video for single, “Drinking About You,” which was directed by their long time collaborator David Richardson. The video lets you into their cinematic world, and is from Woolf and the Wondershow’s forthcoming EP, We Need To Talk, that will be released independently on June 10th.  PRESS HERE TO WATCH the music video exclusively on FLAUNT.

The “Drinking About You” video is direct footage from the two’s recent, and much talked about invite only concept installment shows that have been happening in downtown LA over the last month. Tomorrow, (May 17th), Woolf and the Wondershow will put on another one of these memorial live performances at LA’s art space HNYPT at 8pm PT (RSVPs only allowed in). Their performance combines the mediums of projection mapped theater, silent film, modernized Victorian fashion, along with an epic performance of the duo’s entire forthcoming EP. The performance’s interludes are narrated by actor Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl), and thematically the live show  is centered on heartbreak, vulnerability and finding yourself in the aftermath.  PRESS HERE to read LA RECORD’s live review on their recent performance.

Previously, the LA-based duo released the EP’s lead tracks “Cloaked,” “Cages,” and “Vandal,” which combined has over 2 million streams on Spotify. PRESS HERE to watch their music video for “Cages” via KCRW.

 

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