Pyramid Country’s “Love And Gratitude” Is a Trippy Treat For Skaters
Far out shredding and good vibrations.
Published on May 26, 2017

For several years now, the American Southwest-based conscious collective known as Pyramid Country (PC) has been putting out some incredibly mind-expanding skateboard videos. Please see the crew’s “Exeter” movie for metaphysical reference. Seriously, it’s beyond just pushing on four wheels for PC. It’s about a visual and sonic experience that pushes the mind, body, and soul to new planes of existence—like the skateboard is it’s own acid tab, DMT hit, or mushroom.

Seeing as how Earth itself is in it’s own collective shift regarding ancient concepts like love, peace, and understanding, it seems only fitting that PC’s latest drop be dubbed “Love and Gratitude”, yet another soul-driven excursion into the galactic implications of stylish street skateboarding. Featuring the likes of shredders like Dave Engerer, Robbie Brockel, Jack Olson, Kevin Braun and a slew more, the video is 20 plus minutes of free-flowing sickness and slams laced to ethereal tunes like Marble Teeth’s “Carwash Funeral Fundraiser”. It’s a trip, you’ll definitely see for yourself.

Now go on and get into your favorite soul travel position – that means comfy, free-minded and attentive. Here comes a healthy dose of higher frequencies for you and your board.

Rainey Cruz
Rainey Cruz is a Caribbean-born spirit based in New York City with interests in art, music, skateboarding, mysticism, street, and world culture.
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