Portugal. The Man are back with an interactive music video for ‘Feel It Still’, the first single from their upcoming new album Woodstock.
The clip is said to “act as an interactive toolkit for social injustice”, and fans are being asked to seek out hidden Easter eggs in the video to “help #theresistance movement” in bunch of ways, like through “a direct dial to the White House, a video explaining the legal rights of protestors, donation sites for Planned Parenthood and the ACLU, custom-designed protest posters, and stencil kits for resistance graffiti”.
“We worked with so many rad people on this album, but ended up with just the four of us in a basement at 4am trying to say something that mattered,” says Portugal. The Man frontman John Gourley.
“Trying to write music that would help people feel they’re not alone, even if they’re angry or feeling lost. This video is our way of saying that we’re all in this together.”
Woodstock is the highly-anticipated follow-up to Portugal’s 2013 album Evil Friends, and is still without an official release date. To watch the fully interactive version of the ‘Feel It Still’ video, head to feelitstill.com.