Given what we now know about Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore’s breakup, we shouldn’t hold our collective breath for a Sonic Youth reunion anytime soon. Instead, we should probably settle in with Moore’s new band Chelsea Light Moving, who have a new video for their skronky hardcore anthem “Lip.” The clip chops up band-performance footage and images of protesters clashing with riot cops. It’s credited to “Eva at Ecstatic Peace Library,” and that probably means Eva Prinz, whose name has been in internet circulation a bunch lately. Watch the video below.
Chelsea Light Moving’s self-titled debut is out now on Matador.