Listen to Animal Collective’s 24-minute improvised jam “Michael, Remember”

The track was recorded in May

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Animal Collective have shared a 24-minute jam, “Michael, Remember“.

Reportedly, this was recorded in May, 2015 during the band’s first practice in 18 months. It features Avey Tare, Panda Bear, and Geologist, and was recorded at Drop of Sun Studios in Asheville, NC.

The footage appears on Youtube accompanied by an underwater video recorded in July 2014 within the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary over two nights by Colin Foord (Coral Morphologic), with additional camera and lighting by Deakin and Geologist.

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The raw jam and video were later shared, and the resulting video was edited by Jared McKay (Coral Morphologic), October 2015 in Miami, FLA.

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