EarthGang Goes Afrofuturistic For The "So Many Feelings" Music Video

Devin Ch
February 10, 2019 11:06

EarthGang offers the diehards another look at their vision for "Mirrorland."

EarthGang's Robots EP might seem to many of you, yesterday's news - but for diehard Dreamville fanatics, the unveiling of the animated "So Many Feelings" music video couldn't have come at a much better time. The song, which is noted for its Afrocentric and militant activism, comes to life in its video conceptualization.

Thanks to director Tristan Zammit, EarthGang members Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot transform into a cyberpunk taskforce as they cross the imagined barren lands of their cinematic universe. But rest assured, the cartoon effects don't deter us from the group's visionary message: a World of mutually opposed values like love and armed resistance. 

EarthGang is preparing themselves for the biggest moment of their career. Their forthcoming album Mirrorland promises to be the greatest expenditure of their complementary talents to date. If you already caught the gist, our Digital Cover Story should tide you over; and while you're at it, take the early trip to Mirrorland with the Young Thug-assisted "Proud Of U."

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