London indie trio Let's Wrestle (named after the book by David Shrigley) unveil a psychedelic video for their new track 'Codeine and Marshmallows' ahead of the release of their self-titled album which is scheduled for release on February 10th 2014 through Fortuna POP! records.
The video is shot using overlapping clips put together using projector screens and studio trickery. Coupled with seemingly random images of various objects such as candles, crazy sunglasses and puppet, the video arrangement enhances the overall hallucinogenic feeling of the song with its melancholy, almost whining, vocals and slow rhythm. We also get a real taste of the unlimited creativity from this band with their imaginative use of instrumentation such as the addition of violin later in the track.
The band; who are vocalist Wesley Patrick Gonzalez, guitarist Max Hanks, bassist Sam Pillay and drummer Darkus Bishop; are set to release their third album, following up 2011's 'Nursing Home' which received some decent reviews from all around the top music publications. Their next single is 'Rain Ruins Revolution' and they will be playing a show at Rough Trade Records on February 18th in support of the album which can now be pre-ordered with vinyl copies and MP3 downloads both available.
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