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"Toward the end [of recording the album], everything just kind of accidentally fell into place, and it kind of made itself. We didn’t plan it being what it is," Cecil Tso (left) says. He and Clint Slim (right) make up An Illustrated Mess. Their new album explores indigenous perspectives in a border town. Photo by Deidra Peaches

Released concurrently with their album Last Night, and All of Our Glorious Mishaps, An Illustrated Mess have released a music video for "Here." 

The hip-duo, comprised of Cecil Tso and Clint "Prosodic" Slim, recently spoke with Flag Live! about the album's concept, a narrative of an unnamed character over the course of a weekend, dealing with alcoholism, depression, love and thoughts of suicide.  

“When we talk about being in a border town, being Native in a place like Flagstaff or Gallup where a majority of people think you’re going to ask them for change or are drunk. That’s a big part of the narrative,” Tso told Live!

Watch the video for "Here":

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