Bones Unveils Video for Curtis Heron-Produced "WhereTheTreesMeetTheFreeway"

Revisiting ‘Skinny.’

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Ahead of his next major project, Bones has dropped off a new video for “WhereTheTreesMeetTheFreeway.” Produced by close TeamSESH collaborator Curtis Heron, “WhereTheTreesMeetTheFreeway” was originally released as part of Bones’ 2014 full-length effort Skinny. The song’s official video continues to push Bones’ now-signature lo-fi aesthetic, and can be viewed above. Bones’ last video was a clip for Useless number “GladWeHaveAnUnderstanding,” which emerged back in April.

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