Cankun
“Too Many Clouds”

While Cankun’s 2011 Not Not Fun release, Jaguar Dance, dwelled quietly inside some warm body of water, this new video for “Too Many Clouds” has Vincent Caylet finally bringing his head above the surface. The first half of the video places language from Filippo Tommaso Marinetti’s 1909 Futurist Manifesto over images of skies flickering in and out, as if run by light switch, before fading into distorted guitar melodies screaming out over blurry clips from Fritz Lang’s 1927 science-fiction masterpiece, Metropolis, and ending in the destruction of everything established in the 100-year timeline of the music video. Coming from an act that relies so heavily on loops and repetition, the video provides a pessimistic look at modern history and what remains for us in the last half of 2012. Finally seeing things without his ocean water-colored lenses, I don’t think Caylet likes what he sees up here.

Watch the video for “Too Many Clouds” and look for the full album, Isalo Waterfall, on cassette via Not Not Fun later this year.

• Cankun: http://soundcloud.com/cankun
• Not Not Fun: http://notnotfun.com

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