Beat Degeneration drops feel-good new video for ‘Nations’

Slacker-pop at its best.
Beat Degeneration has released a lo-fi new video for slacker-pop anthem ’Nations’ – check it out below, first on Dork. It’s heaps of fun.

“All the video was made with a VHS video camera,” says Guido Giorgi. “I use it because I want to share nostalgic feelings. I want people to identify oneself in the characters and in the situations just to remember the good times that are gone. I want people to know that it could be like this also nowadays. Some parts of the video (for example the birthday part) were taken from some old family videos.”

The song’s the second single, and opener, from debut album ‘Dream Machine’.

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