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Get transported by the debut video of Grand Rapids band I Believe in Julio

I Believe in Julio blasts off with local and national artists in collaboration creation of debut music video


Take a ride with the dudes of I Believe in Julio in their debut music for Big Trucks, the hit track off their upcoming, and long awaited album, "An Episodic Memory" to be released this summer by 1980 Records, the official release show will be July 9th at The Pyramid Scheme featuring local bands FLUSHED, Bong Mountain, and Lambo.

The video, directed and produced by Skyler Kligenberg (LA) features the art of local artists Rayne Klar and Cassie Heuton, takes you on a trip through bright and colorful flora, mandalas and classic stoner symbolism (look close, pay attention!).

Each note pounding out, demands the attention of the listener, and encourages head turning and squinty eyes at every turn. The ever lovable Dan Fisher (bassist of I Believe in Julio & four other Grand Rapids bands) is featured as the devil & Tony Speilmaker (drummer) as an angel, the two duel it out with the ever neutral Julio lookin' zen-as-ever, floating in the foregroud while they duke it out in circles around him, an accurate representation of the on-stage persona of the group. I know I'll be picking up my friends cassette at the show on July 9th, my only question now is, who's tits did Julio see in the moonlight? 



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