YUZIMA struts Brooklyn Bridge heights on "Say What You Mean" Music Video

YUZIMA struts Brooklyn Bridge heights on "Say What You Mean" Music Video

Having just dropped “Say What You Mean”, the video has been featured on Impose Mag, who said “YUZIMA remains an artist to watch”. It also was featured on MyFuzz and Accidental Bear.

Watch: Say What You Mean

 

“Say What You Mean” is the third single off of YUZIMA’s greatly praised latest release ‘BEHEMOTH {insta-album}’. And today it gets a Jim Fairfax directed music video.
Inspired by current events including Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ rights, YUZIMA harnesses the spirit of the moment and each persons internal power, on his experimental pop noise burner. Struting over the high raised bridge, Yuzima sings the tune that got him the title “Prince of Noize”. With pounding guitar strums and stuttering drums, YUZIMA’s operatic post-punk vocals bring the introspective yet climbing lyrics to full life. The video with it’s passing barges and tourists strolling by, uses the age-old bridge as a perfect industrial backdrop for a modern industrial epic.
“Say What You Mean” is available on Bandcamp while ‘BEHEMOTH {insta-album}’ has been featured on a slew of blogs and continues to get acclaim.

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YUZIMA struts Brooklyn Bridge heights on "Say What You Mean" Music Video