Electronic collective The Helmholtz Resonators unveil a new video for one half of their double A side single 'Sunshine'/ 'Shadow (People)' which was released this week (July 14th 2014) on Genepool Records.
The visual features a hypnotic spiral like pattern echoing the rhythm throughout the track as the image of a sunset over an ocean horizon and the curious face of some reptilian creature alternate in the video. It's a simple idea - much like the video for 'Shadow (People)' but perfectly encapsulates the synth-heavy, summery vibe with its strong percussion that keeps the track uplifting over the understated, drawn out vocals.
With the band - who are Garland Vanderbilt, Carlton Breezy, Chladni Plates, Vandamme Laudenkleer and Frithel Stock-Stone - dropping their new single, we are definitely looking forward to their forthcoming new album release which follows their 2009 record 'The Crystal Submarine'.
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