Steriogram rose to success in the early 2000s with a unique brand of pop-rock that was high-energy, chaotic and often funny. And their goofy music videos were all part of the fun. This Juice TV award-winner from Steriogram's debut album was directed by frequent collaborator Adam Jones. It shows the band taking a road trip through rural Aotearoa, which ends with the group literally airborne. The lyrics speak to the themes of a small-town, and those who never left it. 'Go' showcases Steriogram's distinct style of a singer (Brad Carter) and rapper (Tyson Kennedy) with sharing, and sometimes overlapping, vocal duties.
I never ever see the light of day / you're so convincing, you talk a lot / about how this is all you got.– Vocalist Tyson Kennedy