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Seattle's multi-talented Scott Reitherman is back with a new album and a new name, Pillar Point, after releasing two critically acclaimed albums as Throw Me the Statue on Secretly Canadian back in 2008 and 2009. Not sure why he doesn't just release records using his own name. To add to the confusion, he doesn't appear in this incredible video, "Dreamin'," directed by Jacob Krupnick from Brooklyn production company Wild Combination, but the whole thing works beautifully. The dancer, Daisuke Omiya, moved to New York from Japan to become a professional tap dancer and is currently a member of The Dash Ensemble dance group.

Dreamin' appears on Pillar Point's self-titled album, out now.



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