The track is the second single taken from their debut album which will be out in a few months, through Sumerian Records, and it’s great to see guys, who are originally from South Africa, flying the flag properly across the ocean.
Moad 281 Commissioner Street, JHB, 22nd June, 11AM – 9PM.
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14:00 – Baseline Skate shop Highest Ollie, Hippie Jump and Longest Ollie.
16:00 – Verb Skateboards Highest Wall Ride.
17:00 – Revolution Grind box shred.
18:00 – Live Band – Jet Black Camaro.
Sk8Shades Lucky Draw. (Donate your old deck and win).
Photo & Board exhibition:
Verb Skateboards Photographer Tribute Series board exhibition.
Free Hot Dogs sponsored by Samsung.
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Event Venue and Product sponsored by: The Maboneng Precinct, Revolution Skateboard Supply Co, Verb Skateboards, Baseline Skate Shop, Etnies, Dope Industries, Session Skate Mag, Volcom, Sk8shades, Vans and Samsung.
See you there!
David Wolf was recently seen eating dirt on Marcus Maschwitz Verb Photographer Tribute Series deck. Here’s a clip of him eating some more. The footage is taken from the KFD video, Fuckfd.
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The guys are all from South Africa and currently living over in London (UK) so it’s great to get an update and see what they’ve all been up to.
This is the second single off the bands most recent album (Move Like A Sinner) which is out now.
Make sure to check it out and share it.
The guys from What Now (ex SA residents) moved across to the UK in 2005 to try make things happen on that side of the pond.
They have just released the music video for their first single (Move Like A Sinner) off their full length album which is coming out in March.
They collaborated with photographer Marcus Maschwitz on this one and we love it … it’s dark, sexy, mature and a big step forward for them.
Make sure to check it out and support the guys.