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Friday Five: ZULUZULUU, Har Mar Superstar, and more new Minnesota music videos

ZULUZULUU, "What's The Price?"

ZULUZULUU, “What’s The Price?”

Picked to Click winners ZULUZULUU undergo a brutal traffic stop to illustrate how dangerous it is to drive while black. It all reiterates the central question: “What’s the price for a young black man’s life?”

Har Mar Superstar, “How Did I Get Through the Day?”

Har Mar Superstar can turn down the lights without ever touching a switch. His latest video sees him pouring his heart while cruising down the river, and thanks in part to Philip Harder’s direction, it’s hard to look away.

Tyler Tholl, MN Mimesis

“In 2016, I visited four state parks across Minnesota, one park per season, to record sounds found in nature,” writes Tyler Tholl on behalf of MN Mimesis. Add in his original music, his brother Collin’s lyrics, his brother Justin’s footage, and contributions by PaviElle French, Paul Spring, Nicole Wilder, Brian Just, Joe Savage, and members of the Laurels String Quartet, and you get a gorgeous visual EP.

Highchair Kings, “Soundtrack”

Visit the Nomad World Pub as well as Minneapolis bike paths while you listen to rock band Highchair Kings‘ newest.

KPT, Black Eye trailer

KPT (pronounced “kept”) is gearing up for new LP BLK EYE, which falls right in line with the three-letter word trend. Check out the album trailer, and listen to the free LP right here.