RCA’s Freddie Dredd Breaks The Mold In Claymation Video For “DARKO”

With nods to cult films Donnie Darko and Beetlejuice, Freddie Dredd’s “DARKO” is a tale of inner demons and alternate dimensions. A demon is lurking in the background, as Freddie’s claymation self is possessed to take down a seedy TV preacher. Freddie’s world ominously switches from light to dark, as he walks through the TV screen on a quest of destruction. As Freddie awakens from what seems like a nightmare, the local news anchor announces the death of said preacher. Which leads us to ask – Is Freddie living in a parallel universe? Is it all happening in his head? Or is it all really real?

“DARKO” is the latest single to receive a video treatment from Freddie Dredd’s recently released SUFFER EP, out now via RCA. Freddie is always looking for the next way to break the mold and, with “DARKO,” it’s clear he’s completely in his own lane.

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