Watch Okta Logue's Home Movie-Like 'Let Go' Video

German psych-prog outfit documents tour life to promote U.S. debut EP, 'Transit'

Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

German psych-prog unit Okta Logue just introduced themselves to the U.S. via their stateside debut, the recently released Transit EP. The ambitious four-piece previously shared a cinematic video for the short-player's title track earlier this year, and now they've offered a more intimate clip for "Let Go," the EP's swaggering second song. For a peek at Okta Logue's life on the road — strolling city streets, shopping for clothes, riding boats and buses, skateboarding, driving through European countryside, and, of course, playing shows — watch the clip above. 

Okta Logue's Transit EP culls material from the Frankfurt-based outfit's two studio LPs, 2011's Ballads of a Burden and this year's Tales of Transit City (released in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria today). The five-track collection is currently streaming at the Wall Street Journal

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