A dark treatise on dissociative disorders, mob mentality, and political media black-outs.
Zebra Katz has dropped a sinister visual for his dark, ballroom-inflected anthem, ‘ISH’.
Describing the video as “a square-dance in darkness against oppression”, Katz explains that: “With this visual, I wanted to capture and release the rage I’m constantly in as a Black artist. This is what happens when I lose it – in a non-threatening and sensual way.”
“Director Joseph Delaney and I wanted to reflect the songs’ energy through performance while also reflecting on dissociative disorders, mob mentality, and political media black-outs through the warping of our own lens.”