The Delancey played host to the NYC premiere of the latest full video from Foundation Skateboards. On a brisk Thursday night in the Lower East Side, Labor Skateshop‘s own @chasedoerflinger put together the event with the help of @kissinkilloutwb. The latest video continues the tradition of big rails and NBD’s reminiscent of early 2000’s videos like Art Bars Subtitles and Seagulls (2001), Madness And Mayhem (2002), and That’s Life (2004).
Corey Duffel starts off the video SNL-cold-open style with a short part the plays before the opening credits. Hats off to the dude for still going big after many years in the game. The rest of the team comes through with solid parts across the board. The video is now available for sale and if you haven’t yet, go watch these parts from Nick Merlino, Joey Ragali, Dylan Witkin, Dakota Servold, and Aidan Campbell that were featured on Thrasher.
Cole Wilson gets the honor of the last part and deservingly so. He’s been on Foundation for two years now and his parts do not disappoint in the slightest. Here’s his welcome to Foundation part from 2015:
We’re not going to give Cole’s whole part away but it’s definitely worth watching. We stayed through the entire second viewing because the skating in this video is simply compelling to watch. The soundtrack features The Oh Sees among others that back up the skating in a perfect pairing leaving your ears and eyes happy. A big thanks goes out to Chase for putting the night together.