35 minute documentary about a Hong Kong nu-metal band called Seesaw out now



Hong Kong nu-metal band Seesaw has just released a documentary video chronicling life of an underground band here in Hong Kong. They basically touch upon EVERY single area of life in this crowded as hell, pressure cooker of a city of over 7 million people all crammed into a tiny little space fighting to breathe. It’s hard to live a life that you want to when you’re working 10 to 12 hours a day just to stay alive.

Even though the documentary is completely in Cantonese with Chinese subtitles – the documentary (I think) is worth watching just to see what everyday life is like in this city.

Check out Seesaw on this website for updates on their debut album coming out soon:


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