Here We Go Magic Premiere “Casual” Video On Pitchfork

Directed by Nat Livingston Johnson and Gregory Mitnick, aka “Peking”, Here We Go Magic‘s latest single, “Casual” was shot in a rural hospital in Bayside and required twelve gallons of blood and birth fluid from real livestock. The video features all five band members… in unexpected circumstances.

“The challenges of getting a 7-foot drummer to be born from a 70 year-old woman are painfully obvious,” says Johnson. “But we did it,” says Mitnick.

Peking is the directing duo of Gregory Mitnick and Nat Livingston Johnson, who have been garnering attention across genres. Recognized as one of the most promising up and coming narrative film directors, they’ve also earned accolades in the commercial and visual arts spheres, including multiple AICP honors and a Kodak Vision Award. Their work is cited for its unique stylistic sense and relatable human touch. They’ve collaborated with Here We Go Magic on two of their previous videos, “Tunnelvision” and “Collector”.

North American Tour Dates

12/16 – Bronson Centre – Ottowa, ON %
12/17 – Bronson Centre – Ottowa, ON %
12/18 – Metropolis – Montreal, QC%
12/19 – Theatre Imperial – Quebec, QC%

% w/ Broken Social Scene

More dates to be announced shortly

Click Here To View “Casual” Video On Pitchfork

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