Music video of the week: 'Glitches' by Flint Eastwood


  • Screen shot of the video for "Glitches."

Metro Times has made no secret of its affinity for local hat-loving artist Jax Anderson, whose Flint Eastwood project has already blasted through several major stylistic changes before arriving at its new, thoroughly modern anthemic, world-conquering, and radio-friendly sound.
Take the new single, "Glitches," with its huge, Imagine Dragons-style production courtesy of our friends at the former Corktown church turned studio and community-based music resource space Assemble Sound. How is this not the biggest song on the planet yet? Especially with such a solid accompanying video.

The boxing-themed video dropped two weeks ago, and is well worth the minutes of your life it takes to watch it.

As Jax wrote on Flint Eastwood's Facebook page, "Last fall, Detroit directors Charles Kelly & Elysia Vandenbussche (aka Order & Other) met me up for coffee to discuss creativity. Never did I imagine that such an incredible piece of art would surface from our conversations. Elysia & Charlie developed an amazing concept which required me push myself in ways I never thought possible (training to box is no joke, friends) and I'm so excited to share this visual with you!"

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