The Physics House Band have shared the video for breakneck new cut 'Calypso'.
The Brighton ensemble remain one of the country's most unique outfits, fusing prog, math rock and electronics with gleeful disregard for health and safety.
New mini-album 'Mercury Fountain' is incoming, with the group sharing the video for new melter 'Calypso'.
Don't let the frenetic rhythms and shuddering bass fool you, though - as the title suggests, there are some light, tropical textures at work, too.
The video is pretty nifty, too, as the band's Adam Hutchinson points out: "We wanted to make something that was a strong mix of beautiful visuals, and the live performance element that has always been a an important part of our band. Jake and I experimented with shooting coloured inks into spinning water, filming my obscene 70s shirts on a turntable, covering fruit with gold and silver paint. We then shot all the live performance parts at Fire Eye Land in Kent, and I cut it all together to make a freaky psychedelic mess."
Tune in now.
'Mercury Fountain' will be released on April 21st.