Jaunt Teaches Us The Art Of Pareto Principle In “Faster Interactions”

80% chilling / 20% actually making art

Photo: Mariah Hamilton

If you ever need some creative inspiration but don’t want to wear pants, then Jaunt The Band’s “Faster Interactions” is the solution to your mental block. It’s a dark, yet buoyant piece that takes you tiptoeing to the suspenseful waters of introspection before flying you over to upbeat sassiness. The video is a playful depiction of a bedroom artist who exemplifies the Pareto Rule of creativity – 20% of the time he’s actually creating whereas 80% of the time he’s eating, smoking, mentally masturbating, and surfing the web. Watch below:

Featureing the vocals of Caitlin Woelfle-O’Brien (aka Blunt Chunks) and Eliza Niemi of Mauno, “Faster Interactions” is from the band’s upcoming EP, Cue, which will be out on April 13th. Currently based in Toronto, the Canadian quintet will be playing some shows in April so make sure to check them out live:

4/11 – Bar Le Ritz PDB (Montreal, QC, Canada)

4/13 – Luanda House (Toronto, ON, Canada)