Watch :: Cull’s ‘The Sacred Burial Urn’
February 14th 2014
Cull have well and truly hit the nail on the head with this sonic gem. From their new EP, Bà Nội (Vietnamese for Grandmother), “The Sacred Burial Urn” sees the psychedelic dream-gaze stylings accompanied by an intergalactic journey.
The progressive psych-synth tune reverberates through the emptiness, and I can’t help but think of Bowie‘s Major Tom “lost one hundred thousand miles.” The beauty of the video is in the sequencing of the vintage recordings by Chumpy Ly, with each beat and phrase change matched perfectly to the action. We’re taken through a portal of goodies and baddies, bob cuts and lasers – where space rangers meet 70’s Bee Gees.
Cull describes themselves as “a rock team” – and they’re one we’d happily board a spaceship with.
Want more? Get ready for take off!
WHAT :: Cull Super Special Delayed EP Launch
WHERE :: Goodgod Small Club
WHEN :: Saturday February 15, 8pm
HOW MUCH :: $12