Celebration Builds A Crystal Castle

Sep 26th, 2007 // 3 Comments

Celebration’s whirling “Evergreen”–the first single from the Baltimore trio’s out-soon The Modern Tribe–has been given the video treatment, and because I am a total fangirl for this band, it’s embedded above. While this video captures a slightly more subdued side of the band–lead singer Katrina Ford isn’t jumping into any crowds here–it’s still pretty visually stunning, bringing to mind a dream landscape influenced by “Kiss Them For Me”, those crystal-vending pushcarts that stud your lower-tier shopping malls, and a very laid-back game of Jenga.

Video Premiere – Celebration “Evergreen” [Spinner]
Celebration [MySpace]

  1. the rich girls are weeping

    I love the continuity issues with Katrina’s shoes! Cute. (I like her red pumps. I totes need some shoes like that for this fall.)

    This song is nearly perfect, btw — just thought I’d mention that, too.

  2. The Mozfather

    I wasn’t so crazy about their previous stuff, but this is pretty durn good. I’ll have to give the new album a look-see.

  3. prolixrush

    God bless you for linking to that Siouxsie video!! In the mid-to-late ’90s, 99X in Atlanta played “Kiss Them For Me,” like, every fifth song and I’d forgotten how mystically excellent it is.

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