Gosh Pith's "Scoop" video sets the scene with just one shot Gosh Pith's "Scoop" video sets the scene with just one shot

Gosh Pith’s “Scoop” video sets the scene with just one shot

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Detroit electronic outfit Gosh Pith just went full Birdman with their new video for their “Scoop,” off their latest EP Gold Chain. The video, created by local talents Jay Curtis Miller and Corinne Wiseman, is one continuous tracking shot that depicts a party scene in which an “invisible” Josh tries to avoid not only his ex-lover, but the feelings that persist between the two.

 

Both the song and video encapsulate the feeling, like sucking air into a cavity, of wanting to be felt again by an ex, no matter how much the pain. The track’s light but trance-like synths build and fall, perfectly complimenting the emotions (or lack thereof) presented within the visuals.

 

Watch the video for “Scoop” below

 

 

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