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KOPPS Release Creepy Retro Inspired Music Video For “Virtual Reality”

KOPPS analyze our real-life relationships in this day and age as well as taking internet stalking to a new level in their new music video for “Virtual Reality”, which premiered everywhere on Friday via Atwood Magazine.

“We used to fall in love with a person’s presence- and now we fall in love with whatever presence they’ve “created” online. We are now pre-meditated versions of ourselves, our personalities impacted by whatever image we have conjured and made to match”, Patricia tells Atwood Mag. “The video shows what happens when the main character nonchalantly chooses to love a virtual version of someone instead of pursuing a real life connection when it’s available right in front of her. Real connections are risky and can be frightening, but in this case, the virtual reality of the main character becomes even scarier.”

Watch the Official Video here

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