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Feeding Fingers – Polaroid Papercuts (Official Video)

“Polaroid Papercuts”, the second single release from Feeding Fingers in 2015 with accompanying music video and preview of their forthcoming 5th studio album, Attend.

Written, recorded and produced across nine countries; Italy, Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Poland, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and the United States – spanning the course of slightly more than a year (February, 2014 – March 2015) and showing a more candid side of the group.

Frontman Justin Curfman, typically known for being a rather autonomous musician and songwriter, discerningly reaches out beyond his usually guarded purview as the sovereign voice of Feeding Fingers to embrace the possibilities inherent in collaboration and gives us, “Polaroid Papercuts”.

With textural guitar contributions from The Death Notes‘ (UK) Martin Bradley, percussion elements from Cinetrope‘s (USA) Julian Bryan and assistance from good friends, NOI (Italy), Feeding Fingers offer a nearly-contrary sound to that of their previous 2015 release, “Your Candied Laughter Crawls”.

The sharp contrast in these two pieces of music certainly begin to present some idea of what varying degrees of tonality one might come to expect to hear on Feeding Fingers‘ forthcoming, fifth studio album – Attend. A double-album produced by ledgendary radio personality, Jim “Coyote J” Battan (The Edge 24/7 – Internet Radio) and Dana Culling.

The Video:
Directed by Ronny Carlsson (Film Bizarro – Sweden), “Polaroid Papercuts” marks his fourth music video collaboration with Feeding Fingers. Sorting through hours upon hours of unreleased Feeding Fingers tour footage and personal, behind-the-scenes video of the band, shot across Europe between February, 2014 and March, 2015, Carlsson gives us access to a rarely-seen side of this decisively private band. The video also displays Carlsson’s prowess as an editor and montage artist.


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