Pinegrove shared a video for “Endless” from their critically acclaimed album Marigold.
“In this video, we wanted to explore tenacity & endurance of spirit,” says singer Evan Stephens Hall. “In this moment of turbulence in our country, as many of us are banding together to fight racism, to stay healthy in a pandemic, & to live with dignity through economic oppression, we believe in the power of resilience and perseverance. Keep going. It’s working.”
Director Brian Paccione adds, “I learned so much from nature while making this for us — I learned to listen to it, respond to it, and collaborate with it. I was not in charge — and I hope this special relationship is reflected in the work. I hope you all see a part of your own emotional life in our little seed’s journey.”
Pinegrove formed in 2010 in Montclair, NJ by Evan Stephens Hall and drummer Zack Levine. At 30 year old, Zack and Evan have known each other for 25 years and have been playing with each other for 20. Pinegrove previously released Everything So Far (2015), Cardinal (2016), and Skylight (2018). On Marigold, Zack and Evan are joined by Nick Levine (guitar), Josh Marré (guitar, bass), Sam Skinner (guitar), Nandi Rose (vocals, piano), Evan’s dad Doug Hall (piano, vocals), and Zack & Nick’s dad Michael William Levine (pedal steel).
“This is a lifelong project,” Zack says of Pinegrove. “We’re always thinking about how to be better humans and humanists. It’s about how to keep going, and to respond to the world as it is right now.”
In addition to the “Endless” video, Pinegrove also dropped an extended version of Marigold.
Listen to Marigold (Expanded Edition) here