Watch Bostich & Fussible’s Slow-Moving, Surrealist Tour of Tijuana in “Camino Verde”

Although Nortec Collective’s Bostich & Fussible announced that their latest output, Motel Baja, would be their last, they’ve yet to really slow down, continuing with a persistent touring schedule and a steady output of videos.

Their latest video spot from the album, “Camino Verde,” takes us through a surrealist, slow-moving tour of the duo’s hometown of Tijuana, and was shot by director Gregory W. Allen. Fussible explains, “’Camino Verde’ was inspired by a fictional underground subway in Tijuana in the near future. The song is about someone who is lost in Tijuana and traveling on the metro trying to find a motel to spend the night.”

Watch the video above, or head over to iTunes to grab your copy of Motel Baja.