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Hanni El Khatib shares a new psychedelic video for “Savage Times”

The American musician Hanni El Khatib is back with a compilation and a new single called “Savage Times”.

Two years after the release of his highly-enjoyable garage rock album Moonlight, the L.A-based author-composer Hanni El Khatib unveils a new track. Savage Times keeps with the spirit of the songs he produced with Dan Auerbach from The Black Keys, and is the first extract from a compilation to be released in March that regroups his five most recent EPs. The single comes with a very psychedelic video directed by Daniel Pappas in which we get an overview of Earth and its occupants, with an acid-trip inspired editing from Zachary Ernest.

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