RATKING Shares A New Video For The '700 FILL' Standout "Arnold Palmer"
Back in March, NYC’s inventively rugged trio RATKING graced the world with the free and indelibly dope eight-track EP 700 FILL, finding the spry three-piece refining the chaos of their critically-adored debut So It Goes. And though touring has certainly occupied much of the group’s free time in the months since, now that they’re off the road, we’re being treated to some new visuals for one of the EP’s more sedated cuts in the city-slicking video for “Arnold Palmer.” Here we find the group posting up as the neighborhood’s lemonade specialists (naturally) with sweeping shots of the big city and its many intimate nooks interspersed, all while blazing through the nuanced trap styles of their cut. Fitting and highly-fulfilling sights from the heirs to NYC’s underground thone, and it’s all here for you to enjoy on this lovely hump-day afternoon. Hit the link below to grab you copy of RATKING’s 700 FILL EP for the low, low price of free ninety-nine and if you happen to be on the blessed coast at the end of the month, catch their ruckus live show at El Corazon in Seattle on October 27th.