Local Rockers Zip-Zapp Debut the Music Video For Their New Single

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Having recently signed to Montreal-based Fishbum Records, the local rock act Zip-Zapp has just released a music video for "Ronald Raygun," the retro-leaning first single from the group's forthcoming debut album.

Wiktor Lekston directed the clip, which features claymation by Josh Bruce. The video features everything from a giant eyeball to images of people running, all distorted through a trippy solarizing filter.



“All I see is madness,” chants guitarist Sam Daly over a groovy sonic wall of psychedelic guitars.

The full-length should arrive sometime this year.


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