You can dance to just about anything. For their latest video, Halifax-based psychedelic garage crew Walrus wanted to see how a dancer might interpret "Fur Skin Coat," a sunny jam off their new EP Goodbye Something.
"Cavell got the song and only took a couple takes to do it perfectly," says drummer Jordan Murphy. "As soon as he started the routine we thought it looked great. We played the song through Jeff's car and he did his thing."
In one long, continuous shot, Holland turns himself — all broken joints and liquid movement — into the lava lamp the song's hash-baked vibe demands.
The honk of a driver breaks up its pleasant daze just like the ding of your microwave when the hot pockets are ready.