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If you’re a fan of bands like Tame Impala or old movie footage, then today’s your lucky day: Former Faces has brought us a beautiful combination of both.

Ryan Parmenter has created a soundscape that feels like a dream and a bad acid trip all at once. The bongos keep rhythm in your mind as the ethereal vocals float overhead.

Better than just a great track, it fits perfectly with its video. The song builds an uneasy feeling as we try to decipher what’s happening. And wait a second, what IS happening?! We honestly can’t confirm. Ryan used old 70’s film to put the visuals together and from what we can tell, they seem to have papier-mâché’d this woman into a demon. But everyone has those days, right?

We’ve been listening to this track on repeat – and keeping an eye out for high fashion nurses carrying craft supplies – and now we’re excited to share it with you below!

Warning: a little NSFW, very hard to explain video concept (+ naked woman) to your boss

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Photo credit: Ian Flanigan

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Goodbye, Friends are a cosmic punk band and art project, made up of Dan Steinman and Clementine Marie. Currently residing in Toronto, the duo’s creations revolve around blending their writing, videos, photography, and music into one.

Dan & Clem are the definition of multi-talented. While some with this title adopt a “jack of all trades, master of none” mentality, these two are honestly fantastic at everything they do. From Dan’s skills with video editing and audio recording, to Clem’s poetry and reiki practitioning… literally, what can they NOT do? If there’s something on that list, we haven’t been able to track it down yet.

“Rest Now” is their first song off of their album happy/lost coming later this year.

Check it out below and let us know what you think!

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