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Under the Artex Sky video album







The House of Three Cheers has collaborated with The Original Beekeepers to create a video album of music and visuals. 

The album consists mainly of 'lockdown songs' and is on the experimental/ambient side. Given three words to describe it, the creators chose these six: 

1. lockdown

2. overload

3. paranoia

4. distractions

5. travel 

6. dreams.  

The videos, created by the House of Three Cheers, include ambient mashups, black and white TV static glitch-fests, and various forms of animation including stop-motion and drawn animation. 

Listen and watch here: 

Under the Artex Sky

The album will be available from net label BS,BTA (be sweet, but take action) at their bandcamp site: bsbta.bandcamp.com

Visit originalbeekeepers.co.uk for more Original Beekeeping! 

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