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Watch White Mystery Shred in Technicolor for ‘DUBBLE DRAGON’ Video

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White Mystery come out with curly, red afros thrashing in the music video for “DUBBLE DRAGON,” the title track from their upcoming, self-released album. The nearly seven-minute, cinematic clip teams Chicago siblings Miss Alex White (vocals and guitar) and Francis Scott Key White (drums) with Don Bolles, legendary drummer from the Germs and 45 Grave.

Directed and produced by Alxis Ratkevich and Chris Newton, the video follows a young boy as he embarks on a psychedelic journey, led by Bolles, through Los Angeles’ Chinatown. As seen above, the trip is interrupted throughout, as the camera repeatedly cuts to technicolor footage of White Mystery tearing through their wonderfully filthy garage-rock.

The DUBBLE DRAGON LP arrives on April 20. To complement the 20-track effort, the sister-brother duo will embark on a world tour this April. See the complete route over at the White Mystery website.