In a few week's time, we'll have a piece in the print edition in which we discuss with Tim DeLaughter all that he has in store -- not only with the Polyphonic Spree or with his solo and new band recordings, but also with his new business model at Good Records Recordings, which is finding the local label moving away from LP releases and focusing on singles.
Here's the thing about that focus change: Far as we can tell, it will give Daniel Huffman, aka New Fumes, quite the distinction, as the last act to have an LP released on Good for the foreseeable future. And, the more we hear his new album Bump and Assassination, the more we think his electronic psych-pop is deserving of that honor.
A few week's back, you may recall, we shared with you the music video for his song "Teeth." Today, we point your direction toward a clip for his song "Millenium Crux," which Huffman made by combining various pieces of footage he'd compiled onto his iPhone, interestingly enough. Give the clip for this earworm of a song a watch after the jump.
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