VIDEO PREMIERE: Nashville’s aave Get Weird in “Going Nowhere”

Nashville-based post-rock quartet aave will be releasing its debut full-length, There’s Nothing, via Villain Place/Rock Ridge Music on August 14, 2015 (in the digital format only). The creative collective specializes in sprawling psychedelic soundscapes and hypnotic musicality that evokes both bleakness and bliss, and music that is brimming with intricate ambient patterns, intriguing drum sounds, rubbery basslines, and celestial lead vocals. aave has been favorably compared to the Flaming Lips, Pink Floyd, Interpol, Warpaint, Tame Impala, and Blonde Redhead. The group recently released their first single off the new album, “Going Nowhere”, which we are excited to premiere the music video for right here on Glide Magazine.

The members of aave wanted the video for “Going Nowhere” to look like old-school, locked out, pay-per-view cable. To do this they took the clip, converted it to VHS, manipulated the tape and the images in that format, then converted it back to digital. The result has a retro feel and gives the music an even more vibe-y, transcendent feel. Check out aave’s “Going Nowhere” below:


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