Take A Flashy Brainfart With Sir Sly’s “High”

Neon lights, awkward dance moves, and colossal brain.

Photo: Sir Sly – High YouTube

If you need to take a brainfart, don’t scroll down to the abyss of your mindless newsfeeds – instead watch Sir Sly’s “High” where you’ll be transported to colorful explosion of neon lights, flickering screens, and bizarre dance moves. This is probably the type of brainfart you’ll take if you were high and experiencing some form of existential crisis where you’re trying to figure out why the expectations imposed on you (by social media) has skyrocketed. That’s what they say:

Despite the playful stoner vibe, “High” dips into your consciousness and scoops out all the self-judgmental thoughts you always carry. “How did expectations get so high?” chants vocalist Landon Jacobs. It is comical, but also exposes the vulnerability and fragility that the trio experience in showcasing their creativity – which may or may not satisfy other people’s perceptions.

Sir Sly – formed in Los Angeles – are comprised of Landon Jacobs, Jason Suwito and Hayden Coplen. They already topped Billboard charts, have had songs featured on ads, and released their debut album You Haunt Me via Interscope Records. As of now, Sir Sly has festival dates coming up:

6/11 – 91X: X-Fest 2017 (San Diego, CA, USA)

6/14 – XL102 Summer Kickoff (Richmond, VA, USA)

6/17 – Alternative Buffalo’s Kerfuffle 2017 (Buffalo, NY, USA)

6/18 – Firefly Music Festival (Dover, DE, USA)

7/1 – Oysterfest Music Festival (San Francisco, CA, USA)

8/12 – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre (Englewood, CO, USA)