Prince Rama's new single, 'Golden Silence', is taken from their upcoming fifth studio album 'Trust Now', which will be released on October 17th, through the label Paw Tracks. It follows on from their fourth album, 'Shadow Temple', which was released in September 2010 to positive reviews.
The fantastically psychedelic video for Golden Silence was made by Julian Bozeman and Video Program. You can just make out the outline of the band members at various points in the video but it is hard to tell through the variety of colours that bombard your vision.
Prince Rama are sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson, who grew up in a Hare Krishna community in Florida. They formed Prince Rama in 2007, while the two were attending art school in Boston. Prince Rama is now based in Brooklyn.
They were signed to Paw Tracks soon after performing at SXSW. Their fourth album Shadow Temple rose to Number 3 on the New Age Billboard Charts.
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