San Francisco shoegazers Permanent Collection have released a video for their newest single, “It’s Alright”. True to their genre of choice, Permanent Collection (which was created by former Young Prisms member Jason Hendardy) graft poppy melodies onto syrupy guitars and thin, ghostly vocals.
For the video, the band jack a car and mischievously drive around San Francisco, downing 40s, eating at a late-night diner, and watching hockey at a bar until, with some clever editing, the last minute of their escapade becomes a weird, wobbly visual bender.
You can catch the band live when they open for Mikal Cronin at Milk on June 1st. It’s only $6. Also keep your eyes out for their debut LP, Newly Wed Nearly Dead, to be released August 7th on Loglady Records.
Upcoming Permanent Collection live dates:
June 1 – San Francisco CA – Milk Bar (Impose/epicsauce Presents w/ Mikal Cronin and Burnt Ones)
June 18 – Portland OR – Bunk Bar w/ Terry Malts
June 19 – Seattle WA – Barboza w/ Terry Malts
June 20 – Bellingham WA – Cabin Tavern
June 21 – Vancouver BC – Toast Collective Gallery w/ B. Lines and Weed
June 22 – Vancouver BC – 360 Glen
June 23 – Portland – House Show
July 20 – San Francisco, CA – Brick and Mortar (w/ Poor Sons)