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Exclusive: Pludo Unveil Frenemies Video Clip

Written by Mike Hohnen on September 19, 2012

Pludo, the creative baby of partners in crime Anthony Kupinic (formally A Sound Mind lead singer) and Alex Cooper (formally a bucket player fresh off the streets) have today unveiled an exclusive premiere for Frenemies, the first clip from the first single of the group’s debut album.

Featured on the album, titled The Only Thing Certain Is the Future, Frenemies is a fairly loaded tune. Deceitfully cruisey, the tune is built on lofty snyth, beating drums and minimal, atmospheric vocals, all of which come crashing down on top of eachother as the track climaxes.

Structure and composition aside, the track addresses a very explosive topic: bullying.
This is something that has scarred the face of both our community and social media. More specifically, the song addresses Frenemies, a concept that rises hand in hand with online communication.

The pair continue to push forward with their newly crafted sound. Combining an interesting array of piano, strings, synthesizers, electronic drums and live drums with melodic vocals, Pludo prepare to release a sonic frenzy, not just an album.

Check out the clip below.

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