Sis Shares Video for New Song ‘Wooie’

    Sis, the project of multi-instrumentalist Jenny Gillespie Mason, has shared a new song called ‘Wooie’, taken from her upcoming EP Gnani. The track arrives with an accompanying animated video courtesy of Danski Tang. Watch and listen below.

    “‘Wooie,’ the place where I wanted to reach towards, when the confused, wizened reality of 2021 around me was sinking in more and more, some kind of invented city where Edenic stirrings met communal life,” Mason explained in a statement. “Seeking out the “woo” in astrology, tarot, Jungian dream analysis, the writings of Rudolf Steiner – what to others may seem like escapist jibber-jabber, but to me gave me a sense of magic and a horizon and depth. And oh, that beat I’d made on Ableton Push – I just had to have it throughout, urging me onward to that funky true place – and I just had to have Brijean play congas on it–and she did!”

    Of the video, she added: “I was so grateful that my friend Alexander Stewart who is a professor of animation at CalArts introduced me to his former student Danski Tang to animate the video for “Wooie.” She is a new genius on the animation horizon in the tradition of Miyazaki, the Hubleys, and all the beautiful weirdos before her. Danski was able through her indelible art to plumb the depths of the feminine wilds of my psyche, teasing out the song’s primordial origins while delicately discovering its mystical strivings as well. I would love to have a still frame of each and every second of this video to hang all over my walls at home!”

    Sis’ Gnani EP is out January 7, 2022 on Jenny Gillespie Mason’s own label, Native Cat Recordings.  It includes the previously released single ‘Double Rapture’.

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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