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The Band in Heaven Premieres New Video on Brooklyn Vegan

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Several of life's most interesting phenomena -- sex, religion, and music -- are beautifully composed in the Band in Heaven's new video for its song "Sludgy Dreams." The seemingly stop-motion creation premiered this morning on Brooklyn Vegan. Very fancy and well-deserved. The track is stoner fantastic, and the video is totally hypnotic. 

The West Palm Beach group just released its dreamy psych debut seven-inch on Chicago-based HoZac Records. Brooklyn Vegan featured the video and a stream of the song "If You Only Knew." The site also reported that the Band in Heaven will be playing Austin Psych Fest's SXSW showcase. Enjoy the kaleidoscopic video and the sludgy sounds after the jump.

the band in Heaven - Sludgy Dreams from the band in Heaven on Vimeo.

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