The video for falsetto-friendly New York-via-Allentown BTW Headless Horseman’s “Wavlngth” was directed by Wooden Lens, aka Ben Razavi and Nate Baston. It’s the second in a series of three “Wavlngth” videos and it fits well with the guys’ penchant for Halloween. One of the Horsemen, Fareed Sajan, had this to say about it, and the series as a whole:
As a band, we have been fortunate enough to have several director/filmmaker friends who consistently pitch video treatments for our songs, not to mention that we ourselves are visually inclined and tend to think visually when making music, so we even write treatments of our own … Hence we plan to make a video series for each of our songs. The first video for Wavlngth was put together by Headless Horseman member Conner O’Neill, it consists of YouTube clips edited together; the second video is the one currently being premiered that was directed by Wooden Lens; the third is currently in pre-production and will be directed and produced by POYKPAC (Pictures of Your Kids Pooping and Crying).
They’re planning a summer US/UK release of their debut HDLSS EP. If you’re in the NYC area, you can catch them at Glasslands tonight, opening for Gobble Gobble.