Yeah, we know everyone's already posted it and yeah, we're late to the party due to a website overhaul; but fuck it, Polar Skate Co's latest offering We Blew It At Some Point is now online and we'd definitely be blowing it by not sharing it on here, as delayed as that sharing might be. Their first full length since 2016's I Like It Here Inside My Mind, Don't Wake Me This Timethe now slightly switched up team have delivered to the extent that they did with that release - i.e., it's one of the best full length videos you are likely to see this year. With the full clip being leaked onto Pornhub at a time which negated many of the planned premieres (a definite disappointment, as this is one best viewed with a group of friends to shout "What the fuck?!" at), it was never going to be long before it hit the wider, non breast based internet; and so, press play below for just under 35 minutes of uninterruptedly brilliant skateboarding which is unlikely to have any other result than making you want to go out on your board immediately...

Featuring Nick Boserio, Emile Laurent, Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg, Hjalte Halberg, Pontus Alv, Shin Sanbongi, David Stenstrom, Aaron Herrington, Paul Grund, Roman Gonzalez, Andrew WilsonDane Brady and more.

The video kicks off with a lengthy dose of creative but gnarly street ripping from Nick Boserio and new team rider Emile Laurent, who has more than a touch of the Frankie Hill's about him - keep an eye out for the boardslide knee bend steez and you'll see what I'm talking about. A couple of other familiar faces crop up throughout this two song part, which slowly turns into a montage finishing up at the now-iconic train bank DIY spot in Malmo which gets a heavy seeing too. It is this montage format which dominates for the rest of the video, giving it a more freeform feel than your average full length which is mirrored in the ever chopping and changing - and majority instrumental - sounds which make up the majority of the video's score. This got a bit much for me after a while, but it's an interesting concept nonetheless. 

Team member's titles are in no way related to where they first appear on screen, Dane Brady takes last section but then Oski has the last two tricks but then it was all a sleight of hand and Dane Brady actually has last trick; in other words, Pontus is clearly having himself a time deconstructing the 'classic' video format and things are all the better for that. Enjoy...