Here we see the virtues of knowing how to measure. When your name is synonymous with “trend topic”, it’s enough to release a new video in time –or at the wrong time, depending on how you look at it– to keep you in the limelight consistently for over a year since releasing your last –and as in the case of Neon Indian, also your first– album. Because yes, “Mind, Drips” is taken from “Psychic Chasms” (Lefse, 2009), which is already fourteen months old. Be that as it may, the song has now gained a visual accompaniment made by Lars Larsen and Edward Leckie. According to the IFC website, the video is the first to be made with the help of a “new” tool called LZX Visionary. The machine is presented as “an analog video synthesizer that manipulates images in the same way an audio synthesizer does for sound.” New technologies to achieve an image similar to those you’d get using equipment from the VHS era?