Denton's Ethereal and the Queer Show Debut New Video for "Glisten"

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Denton duo Dan Hill and Juliana Dieterich, aka Ethereal and the Queer Show, currently reside in Portland, but they've still got some North Texas ties. Their excellent new 14-track album, Cosmotopia, was just released via local cassette and vinyl label Pour le Corps, and it's in line with their past electronically-informed releases, heavy on the echo and beat. And, once again, the dreamy cover art makes it a distinctly PLC release.

See also: - Dallas' Pour le Corps mines Texas' experimental underside

They've just unveiled the video for the track "Glisten," which is also appropriately dreamy.

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