London duo Too Many T’s enlists video game artist triff for “Patterns”
Our Weekly segment The Weekly Eight returns with the recently released video for “Patterns” by UK-based duo Too Many T’s.
“‘PATTERNS’ demonstrates a more serious edge to the T’s songwriting, focusing on the cycles of human vices and addiction, and the emotional trauma that follows them.”
Too Many T’s say of the exclusive video collaboration with video game artist triff: “It was our ambition to create a dark, abstract world to enhance the deep, raw emotion attached to the song. It has been an amazing opportunity to experiment with a whole new way of creating a video, and with a gifted and passionate artist like triff who works in a very different area of technology. Together, we’ve produced a technologically-sophisticated and world-first video, within the budget constraints of independent artists.”
- Artist/Group: London, UK-based hip-hop duo, Too Many T’s, featuring group members Leon Rhymes and Ross Standaloft. “Known for their unforgettable high-energy live shows, Too Many T’s have supported the likes of De La Soul, Public Enemy, Big Daddy Kane and many more, bringing them the accolade of ‘Britain’s answer to the Beastie Boys’ by the European press.”
- Submission: The new Stuart Trevor AKA triff-powered video for the Flux Pavilion and Odjbox-produced single, “Patterns.”
- Streaming Links: The video was published to YouTube on Nov. 6, 2018. You can find “Patterns” on the 2017 album South City which is available on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music. A few days ago, the group dropped a new single called “Panther (Bootleggers United Remix).”
- Social Media: You can follow @TooManyTs on Instagram, and follow @TooManyTs on Twitter. Be sure to also check out the official site, TooManyTs.com.
Check out the “Patterns” video below.
TOO MANY T’S – PATTERNS
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- Victoria’s Prometheus The Titan enlists Cinematic Beats for new “Losing My Mind” single
- Sydney’s Treiluminado releases new video for “My Revenge”
- Toronto’s B.ONLOCATION drops joint video for “911” and “Twin Flame”
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- Brampton’s Reeko Rieffe teams up with Mnstrm for “SAMEWAYS”
- Haïti’s C-Projects enlist La Perle & Family Senci for “Gheto Pam Cho” visuals
- London duo Too Many T’s enlist video game artist triff for “PATTERNS”