"Fate" is the first single from Young Man's new record Vol. 1, which, despite the implications of the title is actually the second part of a trilogy of albums. The sound of the track, which was produced by Tortoise mastermind John McEntire, is clean and elegant, which also defines the look of the video. "It was kind of odd to make a video that was so minimal because our faux performances were the only thing on display, but I think the detached quality of the whole thing results in something interesting," says band leader Colin Caulfield. "For us, especially live, it's always about the music rather than the presentation and this video offers a similar dynamic."
Young Man 'Fate'
First single from the new album 'Vol. 1'
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