A song as inconsistent and surprising as yesterday’s election, Zeroes are back with their new clip for “Machines and Magnets”. The video for “Machines and Magnets” is a high energy piece that shines a spotlight not only on the ambitious, inventive sounds of Zeroes, but also of the fluid art of the human body. Zeroes sets up shop onstage inside an empty theater and the clever camera shot shoots straight into the seats, complete with a lone spotlight projecting on the stage. The energy of Tony and Daniel is undeniable, but the real focus of the video is Louis Gordon, whose performance of pop and lock dance turns the video from a simple performance piece into a genre-stretching exercise. The band says “it was fun to work with another fantastic artist and blend styles without genre limitations.” It’s this sort of artistic leap of faith that has guided Zeroes from the beginning and has once again proved invaluable to their blossoming career.