In the new video for German DJ Tensnake’s infectious new single, “Coma Cat”, a camera follows two beautiful fresh-faced brunettes as they dress and undress, ride bikes, shoplift, eat vanilla ice cream, and stare into the camera intently to techno music. The song itself is a bouncy, carefree modern house number with a disco beat, certainly complimentary to the themes of beauty, foolhardy youth, and sunlight that pervade this video (if you’re trying to name that keyboard sample, it’s 1986 dance hit “What I Like” by Anthony and the Camp). Coincidentally enough, like Duck Sauce’s “Barbra Streisand” before it, “Coma Cat” is the second track I first heard Annie Mac drop at Webster Hall a few weeks ago (that slayed), before turning up in amazing-video form on my laptop. Mac also opened her 2010 Glastonbury set with the track, which is an MP3 not too difficult to find, and certainly worth getting. Check out the video below, courtesy of Pitchfork.tv.
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