Earlier this year, seminal indie pop outfit Masters of the Hemisphere reunited after nearly 10 years on what seemed like a permanent hiatus. And all four founding members of the Athens, Ga.-based group were involved in the creation of their new album, Maybe These Are The Breaks. The record dropped last week via Kindercore/Magic Marker and features the guys back in the mode of crafting super-catchy, guitar-driven tunes.
That's particularly apparent on single "Watch it Go Away," a slightly somber track that now features nostalgic, summery visuals by director Chris Rogers. He and his crew have captured the essence of the youthful, albeit mature, "Watch it Go Away" while also making us wish it wasn't October already. You can watch the video below.
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