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Watch Conveyor’s Stomach-Turning ‘Mammal Food’ Video

Brooklyn-based quartet's latest 7-inch out now via Gold Robot Records

picture-18547-1390524318Kyle McGovern // February 13, 2014

Brooklyn’s Conveyor have evolved at a restless rate over the last three years. The foursome’s debut EP, 2011’s Sun Ray, collected four tracks of radiant synth-pop. Their self-titled 2012 full-length trafficked in colorful, experimental psych-pop. Then, in late 2013, the eccentrics dropped the “Mammal Food”/”Pushups” 7-inch, a one-off containing two fuzz-coated tracks that label Gold Robot Records describes as “brusque, physical… violent, sexual id-based reactions.”

Conveyor are planning to release a second full-length later this year (who knows where they’ll end up with that effort), but first comes a music video for “Mammal Food.” Directed by Zach Fleming, the clip matches the gruffness of the song with a gross-out gorge session. That is, the video sees someone force-feeding themselves an entire doughnut in one bite, puke, then munch on broken glass. Check out the video for “Mammal Food” above.