Infinity Shred release their 3DOT Recordings’ debut album, Forever, A Fast Life today, celebrating the 10-song album’s release by debuting a short film of the same name.
The gloriously cinematic, six-plus-minute film, directed by Esther Kim and Dean Colin Marcial, was shot in Richmondville, New York and has been described by the band as “a visual companion to the album that gives a deeper look into the world we’ve built and the story being told in Forever, A Fast Life.” “Forever, A Fast Life is a post-apocalyptic survival story of a girl and her dog navigating the harsh New York climate in the year 2059,” explains Marcial. “Scavenging for scarce resources and taking shelter in an abandoned house, they struggle for food, water, and safety in a not-too-distant future.”
So be sure to pick up or stream their latest album Forever, A Fast Life, available everywhere today!
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