A Brief View of the Hudson’s ‘Song About Rocks’ [VIDEO]

Posted on: April 12th, 2013 at 12:29 pm by

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We fell hard for the lush folk rock sounds of A Brief View of the Hudson earlier this year when they dropped their long-awaited album, Querencia. And now they bring us the first video from the album for the clever opus, “Song About Rocks.”

Animator Preston Spurlock brings this shiny, happy tune to life with his vibrant and trippy interpretation. Of course, there’s literally some rocks (they’re “valleys of boulders with chips on their shoulders,” sings Ann Enzminger) before Spurlock delves into more metaphorical spins. Trust us, it’s truly an awesome sight to behold.

On Sunday (April 14), A Brief View of the Hudson will hit the stage at Arlene’s Grocery for a sold out show with Frames frontman and fellow Swell Season troubadour, Oscar-winning songster Glen Hansard.

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