Radical Something - Pure

Posted 2 years ago
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Radical Something, Good Will & MGI and Jonas Olsson
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Though Radical Something haven’t blessed our front page with a fresh feature since September of last year, fans shouldn’t take that as a sign that they’ve been kicking back and relaxing. On the contrary, the Golden State crew’s been busy writing and recording new material, as well as preparing to embark on their biggest tour to date. (Details on the latter will be announced soon.) To tide fans over in the meantime, Loggy, Josh Cocktail and Big Red have unleashed a set of official visuals for Pure, a cut off the group’s last full-length. To accompany the Radical Something/Good Will & MGI/Jonas Olsson-produced joint, director Shannen Doherty (Yes, that Shannen Doherty.) crafts a nostalgic, understated clip depicting a pair of teenage girls camping amid the mountains of California. Fans can find Pure and much more on the group’s Ride It Out LP, available for full streaming right here in The DJBooth.

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