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Plasma Canvas Premieres Music Video for “Context”

Today, we’re stoked to be premiering a new video from Denver’s Plasma Canvas. The song, “Context,” is featured on their latest release entitled No Faces.

The video is part of a project called The 53:14 Music Video Experiment, which was put together by The Fort Collins Musicians Association (FoCoMA). Ten film crews were randomly paired with ten bands and given fifty-three hours and fourteen minutes to conceptualize, film and, edit their music video.

“Context” was filmed & edited by Little House of Sound.

Plasma Canvas has the following to say about the video:

“We’re a queer punk band and wanted to create a piece of LGBTQ representation, so that’s what we tried to do with this video.”

Check out “Context” now and keep checking back for more updates from Plasma Canvas!

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