I try not to hype music very much, but I just came across this video for The Antlers “Rolled Together,” which was my favorite song from Burst Apart, their latest album. It sounds great on the album but is the kind of song that would be extra-amazing live, mostly because Pete Silberman’s hair-raising falsetto is something I would love to hear in person. This video from pitchfork.tv does a fine job of making the viewer feel like they are in the studio, and does it without feeling like somebody’s cousin wandered in and recorded the whole thing with their iPhone. It captures the band performing with Neon Indian (who in my opinion he doesn’t really affect the song that much, just adding some texture - which is fine, and sounds good, and at least he was being respectful of their material - but don’t be expecting a wild mashup of woozy beats and the signature restrained Antlers sound.) Enough about Neon Indian, the song is fantastic. Great audio for an internet video, and the video production is very high quality and artfully done. No special effects or projections or anything, just nice natural lighting and tasteful editing that make a very intimate song more than it was.