Future Peers have dropped a new fan-shot video for their track, “Persistent Time.”
“‘Persistent Time’ is a song about the inevitability of getting old,” the band explains in a statement. “Some people are like a fine wine or a spicy salami, hanging in the cool damp cave of existence. As they age they gain complexity and nuance. Their characteristics deepen and refine. They become better with age. Others refuse to adapt and their behaviours and opinions grow tired. The aging hipster that is fighting to catch a hit of that youth they so love can be a bad look. It’s funny how most of your friends are cultivated when you are young.”
The accompanying music video was entirely shot by fans of the band on cell phones at live shows over the last few months, making for a raw and authentic experience of Future Peers. The clip is a combination of feel-good footage, as the band enjoys themselves jamming out to the track.
Watch the video for “Persistent Time” below.
Future Peers are set to perform at the Horseshoe Tavern on June 21st with Castle Frank, Bamboo, and Secret Sign.