In his most recent single and stop movement music video, Aesop Rock shares the legend of a bullfrog named “Long Legged Harry.”
Last November, veteran underground Hip-Hop craftsman Aesop Rock released the great 21-track project Spirit World Field Guide, and now, for his first single since the arrival of his widely praised collection, he has selected to share a tune about a frog. Where the motivation originates from is yet to be uncovered, however “Long Legged Larry” shows up a day before National Frog Day and spotlights on an amazing frog named Larry, whose bouncing capacity makes him a VIP and legend to individuals that live close to him.
Going with the single is a senseless stop movement video that vividly paints Long Legged Larry’s wild undertakings. The video was rejuvenated by Rob Shaw, and strangely enough, Larry’s appearance was imagined by an artist and prestigious land and water proficient advisor named Jeremy Fish. With everybody’s commitments joined, “Long Legged Larry” isn’t only a solitary, yet rather an undeniable mixed media joint effort.
Aesop Rock’s flighty new delivery additionally accompanies a material acknowledgment of Long Legged Larry, and fans keen on the collectible bean pack form of Larry can pre-request the toy at the present time.
What are your considerations on Aesop Rock’s capricious new National Frog Day-themed discharge?