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Secret Social Club’s ‘Gravity’ Video Goes from Reality to Comics

Los Angeles based alt-rock band Secret Social Club debuts their first single “Gravity” with a part live-action, part animated comic music video. The band encapsulates what we love most about artists, pushing the boundaries of music and art in new ways. Check out their new music video below. You can also click this link to get the single “Gravity” on your service of choice. (Music released on Herø Records; comic produced and written by Herø Projects.)

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