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Rush art director Hugh Syme discusses Permanent Waves artwork in new animated video from FANTOONS

Tue, Jun 23, 2020@1:52PM | comments

Rush's new box set celebrating the 40th anniversary of the band's Permanent Waves album released late last month and is now available to purchase as a 2 CD or 3 LP set, or as a Super Deluxe Edition containing both the CDs and LPs along with some bonus goodies. It's also currently available on all the major streaming platforms. A couple of weeks ago, the band released a FANTOONS-created, animated music video for The Spirit of Radio that pays tribute to radio and radio DJs, and also includes a dedication to Neil Peart at the end. The video has became a viral sensation over the past 2 weeks, generating over 500K views on YouTube so far. Today the band released yet another animated video, where longtime Rush art director Hugh Syme discusses the album's iconic artwork over some FANTOONS-produced animations for about 3 minutes. You can check out that video below or on YouTube at this location. The Permanent Waves 40th anniversary box set is now available in stores and online retailers, including via Amazon here: Super Deluxe Edition, 2CD and 3LP.

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