Video: Beacon's "See Through You" video with CGI ladies riding poles and jiggling in bikinis (slightly NSFW)
Beacon, a group consisting of Thomas Mullarney III and Jacob Gossett, has released the video of their new song - "See Through You." Instead of featuring real ladies, the band elected on using CGI ladies. The hot animated ladies can be seen riding poles and jiggling in bikinis. Check the sexy video -
Thomas Mullarney III and Jacob Gossett are Beacon, a Greenpoint-based duo steeped in ’90s and contemporary R&B, IDM, and bass music. Moodgadget is set to release Beacon’s No Body EP, the project’s second collection of songs to triangulate those worlds into a sensual, downtempo electronic mesh of lush synths and lusty falsetto. It’s How To Dress Well with slightly less BMG CD club R&B, slightly more Warp Records infusion. No Body is lights-down music, ambient-pop for the unrequited, the logical result of years absorbing Boards Of Canada and Postal Service, Matthew Dear and Karin Dreijer Andersson, The-Dream and Ginuwine. (Related: Beacon cover Ginuwine’s “So Anxious,” so their aim is true.) Over a few emails they identified contemporaries like Shed, Actress, the Weeknd, Boi-1da, and Fever Ray as influences, and oOoOO, Nike7up, White Ring, and Blissed Out as showmates.Source: stereogum.com
Good song, and really cool video!