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My Son Bison just dropped a new EP a couple days ago (listen here), and now the Philly band has released a video for its song “Stable Places.”  The video, which might be a play on the title, is anything but stable.  We watch a shaky camera as it captures footage of a person walking through a park (possibly Valley Forge?) and a car driving across a bridge at sunset, which eventually turns into night. The recurring scenes of an open field and the drive across the bridge represent two different themes that “Stable Places” addresses.  The field might represent freedom, simplicity and not knowing one’s place in the world while the bridge might represent a transition from one point in life to another. The song could also reflect uncertainty about growing older and about future events in life and how to make important decisions. “You say you do not know where we belong, or how to tell what is right from what is wrong.” Check out the rest of the EP Electric Singleshere.

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