Now Watching: The Voidz – 'Did My Best' & 'The Eternal Tao 2.0'

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

The Voidz have ended the year in a huge way by releasing their brand new single 'Did My Best' via Terrible Records. Just like 'The Eternal Tao' earlier this year, their new single sees them join forces with Mac DeMarco and Kirin J Callinan once again on production — along with co-producing the track, DeMarco and Callinan also make an appearances in the epic 11-minute long video.

The lo-fi style video for 'Did My Best' was directed by Promiseland, and features The Voidz with mannequins. Though the mannequin scenes are in black-and-white and have a nostalgic energy reminiscent of the single and old-school Italian films, the video also cuts to more vibrant scenes of the band playing surrounded by neon lights — which looks like the cover art for 'The Eternal Tao' when it was released and the stage set up they had when they released the single. The video jumps into an updated version of 'The Eternal Tao', where the video turns into a hallucinogenic wonderland.

On the video, the band said in a statement, "This video is inspired by a nonexistent Fellini TV show mixed with a futuristic timecop-party vibe. How do humans interact with robots/non-DNA carrying entities and how do said entities interact with us? Are we teaching them? Are they teaching us? Or is it all more sinister...."

Watch 'Did My Best' & 'The Eternal Tao 2.0' by The Voidz below.

Written by Amy Smolcic (@amysmolcic)

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