Animal Collective’s ‘Visual Record’ set for Sundance Film Festival

'ODDSAC' will premier at the festival in January

A film made by Animal Collective is set to feature at the Sundance Film Festival.

Called ‘ODDSAC‘, the film has been more than two years in the making and will feature music and visuals made by the group.

“We tried to make the music go along with the visuals as much as possible,” Avery Tare told “We didn’t want it to sound just like a soundtrack, but then we didn’t want it to be like a music video either.” He added.


Directed by the groups frequent collaborator Danny Perez, the band also revealed a little more about the film.

“It’s kinda like a psychedelic film, it’s not like a narrative film or anything.” He explained. “There are more cohesive moments in it, but then there are some that are a little more abstract.” He added.

‘ODDSAC’ will feature at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs from January 21-31.