WATCH: Les Sins’ VFXed, Color-Saturated Dance Video for “Why (featuring Nate Salman)”

"A tongue-in-cheek, glitched-out dance video that features many of the trappings of modern VFX-heavy video production without using any of them properly."

Michael, Chaz Bundick’s full-length debut as his dancier, good-groovin’ project Les Sins, was released this week—and it’s a glorious and awesome example of an artist exploring another portion of his chromatic palette.

Speaking of palettes, the video for Les Sins’ second single, “Why,” is a dance party through the streets (and virtual reality) with an urban-jaunting, color-saturated Salman and a bit-VFX’ed Bundick showing us their best moves. As director XLVI notes, “‘Why” is a tongue-in-cheek, glitched-out dance video that features many of the trappings of modern VFX-heavy video production without using any of them properly.”

Right on.

Michael is out now on Carpark.

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