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Sunday, September 27, 2020

Gus Dapperton - "Prune, You Talk Funny (Live From Zerospace)" [Pop]

Prune, You Talk Funny (Live From Zerospace)

"Prune, You Talk Funny (Live From Zerospace)" music video by Gus Dapperton
Added: 27-09-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Gus Dapperton - Prune, You Talk Funny (Live From ZeroSpace)

Taken from our ZeroSpace livestream performance 09/25/20

thanks everyone for an amazing show last night! i cannot wait to play these songs for you in real life. until then if you bought a ticket you can watch a playback of the performance and if you missed it you can still grab a ticket to watch now via the link below - this is available until monday 10pm EST +++

Director: David Mendel
DOP: Alfredo Alcántara
Gaffer: Tom Chaves
Swing: Wil Vatkin

Live Visuals: Joshua Davis

Sound: Robert Grueneburg
Mix/Master: Gus

Stylist: Brandon Tan


Combining a strong visual component with dreamily produced songs, sophisticated indie songwriter Gus Dapperton became known for colorful narrative videos and lovestruck songs that channeled '90s influences. Working with mostly analog instruments and playing, arranging, and recording everything himself, the artist released songs online when he was still in his teens but began to break through with the 2017 single "I'm Just Snacking." The song and its viral video caught on, and before long Dapperton was touring and being asked to create a song for the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why. This exposed him to even more legions of fans, and he quickly followed his 2019 full-length debut, Where Polly People Go to Read, with 2020's Orca.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Gus Dapperton