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Parenthetical Girls – "The Pornographer" NSFW

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A Cluster 1 Premiere!

While the last video Parenthetical Girls made was full of lively movements and weaving dances, their new work for “The Pornographer” is almost the exact opposite. The camera is centered on singer and director Zac Pennington’s face as he lies in bed and sings. Doesn’t seem too risque, right? What makes this NSFW is his facial expressions as he writhes in pleasure at the hands of an unknown second party.

“The Common Touch” is from their recent EP, Privilege Part III: Mend & Make Do. It’s one in a series of five 12? EPs composing their full-length album, Privilege. These extremely limited edition EPs are being released in sequence on a quarterly schedule. every quarter over the next 15 months, each as they are completed. The fifth and final 12? will come packaged in a beautiful, aesthetically cohesive LP box designed to house all four of the preceding releases, forming the complete Privilege album. Oh yeah, and here’s the real kicker – every EP is numbered in a different band member’s blood.  No joke.

Directed By: Zac Pennington

Director of Photography: Allie Hankins

Edited by: Judah Switzer

Produced by: Charles Wittenmeier

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