2018-08-16T14:00:08-04:00 2018-08-16T14:18:42-04:00

Seasaw show a beast in training in "God(zilla)" [Video Premiere]

Seasaw, the indie-pop duo hailing from Madison, WI, began as a just-for-fun collaboration between co-workers and friends Meg Golz and Eve Wilczewski. Now the duo is announcing their third album Big Dogs— the name of which is a reference to the gendered way musicians are viewed. The album, which is being released independently, will be available on September 7. 

Directed and edited by Nate Chappell and filmed by Mike Palzkill, "God(zilla)" is a quirky look into how people must train themselves to become comfortable with their own fears. According to the artists, the God(zilla) character that Wilczewski plays "is the alter ego and inner spirit of Golz. Throughout this unique visual metaphor for inner strength, Golz is seen coaching herself towards embracing her own awesome but sometimes frightening power." The track itself is upbeat and folksy, highlighting the very best that the falsetto harmonies of Golz and Wilczewski have to offer. 

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Indie · Indie Pop · Premiere


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