SPIN’s Garrett Kamps recently spent a weekend with Gainesville, Flordia quartet Hundred Waters in the otherworldly area of Arcosanti, Arizona, an “experimental town” where they celebrated the unveiling of their second album, The Moon Rang Like a Bell, one of the 50 best LPs of 2014 so far. The one-of-a-kind desert setting made for one of the most unique record release shows we’ve ever heard of, and now the band has combined footage of their performance of “Out Alee” with almost surreal imagery from the remote location. Led by singer Nicole Miglis, Hundred Waters melds delicate percussion with airy synths under a hue of blue lights, intercut with desaturated footage of the town that makes it look like it belongs in the Star Wars universe rather than 60-something miles north of Phoenix. Watch the stunning video above and pick up The Moon Rang Like a Bell from OWSLA now.
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