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PREMIERE: Trivial Shields Releases New Music Video For “Pantomine”

With the blustery Atlantic Ocean as backdrop, Trivial Shields’ new video for “Pantomine” sees the man himself doing some pantomiming a Karaoke rendition of his homage to digital-dating and the intersection of Pavlovian desire and rehearsed courtship.

The video was filmed at one of the historic “Provincetown Dune Shacks.” A collection of former life-saving shelters built from the flotsam of washed up shipwrecks; and eventually serving as rustic temporary-summer-homes for a thriving community of artists, which at various times included Eugene O’Neil, e. e. cummings, Jack Kerouac, and Jackson Pollack.

Featuring whimsical paper-animal-masks assembled by globe trotting (and former Provincetown resident) Zehra Kahn, “Pantomime” was shot direct to miniDV with a late 90’s Sony “Video Journalist” camera by esteemed, up-and-coming NYC based DP, Forest Erwin.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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