Wye Oak - Holy Holy

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directed by Jeremy Johnstone

Live performance of Holy Holy from Wye Oak at the IFC Crossroads House in Austin, TX, from SXSW 2011.

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http://KEXP.ORG presents Wye Oak performing "Holy Holy" live at The Triple Door. Recorded July 15, 2014.

Audio Engineer: Adam Cooke & Craig Montgomery
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Luke Knecht, Christopher Meister & Justin Wilmore
Editor: Luke Knecht

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Official video for "Holy Holy" by Wye Oak, taken from the album Civilian, out now on Merge Records.
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Stream: http://spoti.fi/1ODn9Vj

Director: Jeremy Johnstone
Production Company: Red Productions
Producer - Greg Beauchamp
Co-Producer - Andrés Cardona
Director of Photography - Andrés Cardona
Assistant Camera - Danny Pereira
Editor/Colorist - Jeremy Johnstone

Wye Oak - "Holy Holy"
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They used to be a couple, now they are best friends and also one of the most stirring bands around. Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack met at High School in Baltimore, Maryland. Together with two other friends they formed Wye Oak, the band name being a reference to the big white oak that used to be Maryland's honorary state tree. When the other two band members left Wye Oak, Andy -- who used to merely play the drums -- decided