Flying is a privilege, not a right—these people should cheer up and enjoy their aerial abilities. Granted, all the disappearing, reappearing and doppelgangerism is probably irksome.
And of course, this is all taking place in the Matrix, as we see at the end, but if you can’t celebrate what you’ve got in there, good luck in the real world!
“Retreat (Light The Fire)” comes from Beliefs’ latest, Habitat.
The truth is revealed: the sky is a television screen; the moon: a program.
Looks like someone sat on the remote. Now the sky is a woman’s head. Now it’s ladies dancing. It’s like catching a glimpse of The Matrix.
“The Moon is Shining Our Way” comes from Kestrels’ 2014 EP of the same name. Recent Twitter updates suggest the arrival of a new full-length is imminent.
“That’s 2009,” he says.
Tokyo Police Club’s doomsday prediction was more than a little off the mark; we’re not ruled by robot overlords—yet (unless we’re in something like The Matrix and don’t realize it). It’s no reason to dismiss their forewarnings, of course; futurists are these days placing the singularity somewhere between 2030 and 2045. Not long now, before this happens.
“Citizens of Tomorrow” comes from the 2006 EP A Lesson in Crime. Tokyo Police Club’s most recent release is last year’s Forcefield.
Enter the 16-bit Matrix. The Agents appear to be melting.
Tired of your head? Make it a wedding ring! How about a disco ball? Anything is possible once you believe that it is (go headless, even, for a dive down the stairs into a room full of bottles).
“’Cause I’m A Man” comes from Tame Impala’s new Currents album, out next month.