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Aesop Rock and the jumping frog

Posted by Loren on March 27, 2021

Aesop Rock and the jumping frog
Aesop Rock and the jumping frog

Following the release of Spirit World Field Guide (2020, Rhymesayers), Aesop Rock has a new 7" with a stop motion video to accompany it, produced in collaboration with amphibian consultant Jeremy Fish. A toy and similar merchandising is also available.

Check the video, by Rob Shaw, below.

Aesop Rock and the jumping frog
Aesop Rock and the jumping frog

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