New music video from Pickwick

Not only is Pickwick one of the best bands I have heard or seen live in a long time, but they continue to make some of the coolest music videos out there. Like their video for “Lady Luck” or the time they snuck into the Suzzallo Reading Room to surprise some UW students with an incredible a capella rendition of “Blackout”. Tyler Kalberg was responsible for shooting and directing both of those videos.

They got together with Kalberg again and made a beautiful looking and sounding live video for their song “Santa Rosa.” I have to admit that this wasn’t a song I paid a lot of attention to when I first heard it on their debut album Can’t Talk Medicine. Now that I have seen this video I can’t stop listening and watching.

If you like what you hear Pickwick will be headlining Capitol Hill Block Party next Saturday. See the new video below.

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