Whilst we're not entirely sure where the connection between Blackpool's own Palace Skateboards professional and Los Angeles based skater-owned-skatestore Lotties Skate Shop came from, a cursory look around the Lotties site and their connected Social Media tentacles ought to convince you that they're as legit as it comes.
In fact - go and have a look for yourselves since you're about to enjoy the fruit of their labours - Lotties Skateshop.
Whilst the section above is only one minute and 48 seconds in length, it is, as always with Brady, quality over quantity, and with Lakai and Crailtap lensman Daniel Wheatley behind the camera - it's a rare treat for fans of Palace and Lakai.
With a guest trick from Lotties rider Dane Barker and banjo musical accompaniment from Lotties owner - this is well worth a couple of minutes of your aimless phone-staring.
Interestingly, there are a lot of spots unfamiliar to us in this one as well which, given how rinsed Los Angeles is, either serves as proof of how unimaginably sprawling that city is, or just goes to prove that the majority of LA footage that you see elsewhere is lazily filmed within a mile radius of Supreme. Either way - this was an unexpected treat.
And, since we're on the topic of Daniel Victor Brady, (and because the Internet moves so quickly these days that the shelf life of clips is about 5 minutes), the above text serves as an excuse to remind you all of how good this Lakai Salford edit that dropped back in 2016 was, despite being filmed in one day by Manchester's own Sean Lomax.