It doesn’t sound like this guy’s car is gonna start—dead battery, probably.
We do eventually get some song, here—at around the one-minute mark—though you won’t find much melody beyond the sci-fi soundtrack variety (says one YouTube commenter: “It sounds like the beginning of a paranormal show, for a long time.”). It would have worked well in the Sinoia Caves score to Beyond The Black Rainbow—best listened to in the middle of the night, or any time you feel like you’ve gotten too comfortable in your skin.
Suuns and Jerusalem In My Heart have produced a collaborative self-titled record that’s due out next month. This vid for “Gazelles In Flight” was reportedly made from 16 mm film that was found in a Montreal garbage.