STRFKR Debut “Julius” Video on Consequence of Sound

By on May 12, 2011
STRFKR Debut “Julius” Video on Consequence of Sound 

“…the Portland quartet’s second album is its best yet.” – SPIN

“[Starfucker] clearly demonstrate the capability to make “hits.” – Pitchfork
“…the bellwether for the next generation of Portland music… Starfucker have assembled a respectable empire on their own terms.” – The Portland Mercury 

Watch the video for “Julius over at YouTube or the Consequence of Sound Premiere

Portland’s Starfucker (STRFKR) have released their brand new video for “Julius” off of their sophomore album, Reptilians (Polyvinyl). Watch it at YouTube, the Consequence of Sound premiere or VimeoDirected by Jason Miller (who has also directed videos for Of MontrealMajor Lazer and Rusko) the adventure of Julius is filmed as a young protagonist’s quest to save a princess in captivity. As he journeys into the western terrain a cloaked STRFKR performs from a foreboding alcove in the forest.
STRFKR just finished an extensive national tour with CasiokidsUnknown Mortal OrchestraBrahms, and We All Have Hooks For Hands. They sold-out the majority of their shows, Blurt noting, “Seeing the quartet live, it is no wonder the majority of their shows have been sold out, STRFKR sounds great live.” They  had three amazing final homecoming performances in Portland following two Seattle dates. Seattle Weekly raved,”what’s undeniable is that they’re one hell of a lot of fun to see live.” STRFKR will continue  to engage live audiences making their first notable festival appearances this summer including sets at San Francisco’sOutside Lands and Canada’s Sled Island

Starfucker Tour Dates
06/03 – Mexico City, MX – Caradura
06/20 – Pullman, WA – Bell Tower
06/22 – 06/24 – Calgary, AB – Canada Olympic Plaza – Sled Island
06/26 – Spokane, WA – A Club
08/10 – Santa Barbara, CA – Soho Restaurant & Music Club
08/11 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre08/12 – 08/14 – San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.