Chief return with 'The Minute I Saw It', this is the third single from their debut album 'Modern Rituals' which was released in September through Domino Records. The Minute I Saw It is a perfect example of Chief's sun-drenched west coast style which acts as a perfect escape to the winter weather!
The video for the track was directed by Austin Peters and features many quintessential images associated with life in America, but when you take a deeper look, all's not quite what it seems.
Chief are: Evan Koga (vocals/guitar), brothers Danny and Michael Fujikawa (on vocals/ guitar and drums, respectively) and Mike Moonves (bass)
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