Watch Seekae perform in the pitch-black using night vision

Watch Seekae perform in the pitch-black using night vision

Accompanied by dancers, CO2 cannons, bubbles and a dog.

With the music industry saturated with so many creative collectives, one of the hardest things to do in this day and age is to be creative and original at the same time. With acts constantly trying to come up with new ways to present their music, we've seen some pretty bizarre stuff and on the other side of the spectrum, some pretty damn rad stuff too. Definitely falling under the latter half is Seekae, who recently performed a show in the pitch-black darkness in a collaboration for VICE's Noisey network, and LYNX, the deodorant every dude smelt like when they were fourteen. Scored to one of their most successful singles, Test & Recognize, Exit Films has put together an incredibly cool re-cap of the show. The clip features the electronic group performing using night vision goggles alongside dancers, CO2 cannons, bubble machines and animals. Speaking about the project, Seekae's Alex Cameron said "playing in total darkness, even with night vision goggles, we found ourselves relying on instinct and touch to execute the performance. There's no preparing for that kind of thing. It was odd, and a lot of fun" and boy, does it looks like a heap of fun. Watch it below.

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H/T: Noisey

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