Lassamie Prasimay - 11th Apr 2018

Junaid Faiz's pixel animation for the West Country dream-pop outfit Wasuremono homages Street Fighter-era video games - and the players who have been 'left behind', repeatedly stuck on the same level. 

Inspired by the Afro-Futurist movement, this video simultaneously celebrates other communities whose futures were changed forever from the impact of colonialism, and the superheroes waiting to be unleashed from those stories.



DirectorJunaid Faiz
ProducerJunaid Faiz
LabelThe Wilderness Records
Other creditsAdditional Pixel Art: Luis Zuno

Lassamie Prasimay - 11th Apr 2018

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