South Carolina singer songwriter and producer Toro y Moi's song, 'How I Know', is taken from his second album, 'Underneath the Pine', which was released on February 22nd, 2011, through Washington D.C. based record label, 'Carpark Records'.
The haunting video for 'How I Know' was directed by Jordan Kim. It sees three young men exploring a house haunted by two bored female ghosts. The often humorous video is a perfect fit for Toro Y Moi's chilled out pop tune.
Toro y Moi is the moniker of 23 year old Chaz Bundick, who started in 2001 as a bedroom project initially. Translated, the name means 'Bull and I'. His parents originally lived in New York before moving to Columbia, South Carolina, to raise Bundick. He completed a degree in graphic design at the University of South Carolina in 2009 and now with more time on his hands, has devoted it to his music.
Toro y Moi signed to Carpark in early 2010 and released his debut album, 'Causers of This', in January of the same year, to positive reviews.
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