Video: Space Between Words' NSFW "Red and Yellow" Features Coitus

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County Grind readers  already know that Atlanta psyche-punk outfit Carnivores will perform tonight at Propaganda, but we'd like to offer up three compelling words why they should consider making the drive to Lake Worth's J Street a wee bit early this evening: Space Between Words. Made up of former high school buds, this four-piece's jangly Southern rock meets indie rock hybrid reminds us a bit of the soulful indie blues of the Cold War Kids. Lead singer Steven Weingarth's quivering vocals seriously conjure up CWKs' frontman, Nathan Willett.

The group released a solid debut album last year in And We All Follow the Sun. Our cohorts over at Crossfade are so smitten by this record's eclectic nature -- the lo-fi garage-rocker "Things Children Do" could easily be mistaken for a long-lost Strokes track and the romping, rollicking "Overcomplicated Mind" perhaps a Meat Puppets understudy -- that it named it a runner-up on its best local albums of 2010. The quartet just arrived from a slew of shows on the West Coast and a successful showing at industry shebang SXSW the month prior. Currently, SBW is putting together its second West Coast tour and working on a follow-up album.

Among all this hustling, the bandmates have also shown a serious devotion to the visual side of their tunes. The group demonstrates an earnest dedication to its YouTube channel by uploading DIY videos on the site on the regular. No surprise that drummer Robert Pinon and Weingarth are former film students. The group posted its latest homemade amateurish affair just last week. By amateurish, we are not referring to the quality of the work but rather specifically to the amateur porn nature of the "Red and Yellow" video. Yeah, this one is more or less NSFW -- for one fleeting nip slip midway through -- filled with voyeuristic visions of a young couple engaging in coitus. You feel like a peeping Tom as the girl and guy -- as the warbling hook goes -- together make orange out of their red and yellow on screen.


 
Carnivores, with Hear Hums and Space Between Words. 8 p.m. Friday, April 29, at Propaganda, 6 S. J. St., Lake Worth. Tickets cost $5. Call 561-547-7273.


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