††† (Crosses) releases the video for “Big Youth” with El-P

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Immerse yourself in ††† Crosses’ visual journey with “Big Youth.”

††† (Crosses)the parallel project of Chino Moreno of Deftones and Shaun Lopez of far, has been active recently. His album, Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Deletereleased last year, received praise, and its single ““Big Youth” has captured attention for its fusion of melody and hypnotic rhythms.

That is why they have released a new music video for this single, with the outstanding collaboration of the rapper and producer of Run the Jewels, The pwhich perfectly matches the power of the song.

In this video, Lopez appears in front of a black and white background, accompanied by provocative images that complement the atmosphere of the song, while Dark expresses itself powerfully against the collage of pictures. The p He makes his entrance with his characteristic presence and hip hop, adding an extra touch of intensity to the video.

Edited by “Rizz”the video of “Big Youth” offers viewers a glimpse into the duo’s live show, complete with eye-catching visuals, lighting effects and the palpable energy of Dark and Lopez on stage.

Besides, Crosses announced their first UK tour, adding more dates to their schedule after previously revealing a handful of European gigs for the spring.


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