Daughn Gibson Channels Gustavo Fring in ‘Phantom Rider’ Video

Daughn Gibson 'Phantom Rider' Video Me Moan

The inimitable Daughn Gibson returns with a video for his Me Moan standout “Phantom Rider.” The song itself is that entrancingly odd mixture of four-on-the-floor beat, glistening warped guitar, disembodied choral samples, and honky-tonk croon, and the new clip is no less strange. Directed by Ferry Gouw (Major Lazer, Bloc Party), the Stereogum premiere finds the Pennsylvania adonis-type swaying to the finger-snapping beat, sometimes shirtless, and sometimes skinless. Smoke drifts up behind the man’s distorted silhouette, implying the waft of brimstone across this black-and-white hellscape. A combination of narcotic strangeness and Gustavo Fring tribute prevails. Watch above, and revisit SPIN’s Daughn Gibson profile, plus the video for “Kissin’ on the Blacktop.”

That unforgettable Breaking Bad moment, via Vulture:

Daughn Gibson 'Phantom Rider' Video Me Moan


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