Premiere: Take in the Moody Visual for Gang Signs’ “Full Ferman”

After releasing their latest project, Delivery, on November 8, Vancouver natives Gang Signs have just dropped off the first music video to support the project.

The songs on Delivery are said to be inspired by high stakes 90s action genre films such as Fresh, Carlito’s Way, Rush and True Romance, with “Full Ferman” drawing inspiration from another cult classic of the era, Pulp Fiction.

The track starts off slow and moody, before taking a turn to a more kaleidoscope dance groove in the second half. The visual reflects the building action—first following the protagonist wandering the city streets before she heads into a boxing gym to let some energy loose.

Gang Signs will be performing twice in the coming weeks, first on Dec.11 at Lucky’s in Victoria, and again on Dec. 20 at an undisclosed location in Vancouver.

Take in the “Full Ferman” video—directed by Bruna Arbex from Brazil—below, and visit the Gang Signs website for more details on the album.