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debut the video for “Huddle,” taken from their latest release, Kids in LA, out now on Cascine. Set in sunny California and created as a darker parody about the upper crust college bound, the video serves not to critique other’s lifestyles, but rather to observe them. Jesse says, “we are not trying to pass judgment on rich kids who grew up in LA. Everything in life is relative. I believe that people’s problems in life, whether they seem petty or trite to us, still affect them in the same way that others with (what may appear to be) heavier problems are effected.”

Kisses – “Huddle” from stereogum on Vimeo.