Lo-fi Brighton band Ezekiel Doo have released a video for their latest track ‘Twitcher TV (Weeder)’ and it’s a strung-out, frustrated, moody new tune with a set of visuals that make chocolate milk and cornflakes look highly unappetising.
It’s hard to delve in to band’s backgrounds and influences (their Facebook bio offers a description of Bombay Mix), but it’s clear that the group are channelling their anti-psych, noise-pop style in to some interesting material, and ‘Twitcher TV (Weeder)’ is no exception. Their previous EP DOO-FI was filled with off-kilter “doobie rock” and their new track twitches comfortably within the same genre. Spilt across four screens, the video features shots underneath Brighton’s iconic pleasure pier, as well as an uninspired young man trying to find life’s answers in the bottom of a cereal bowl.
The band will be supporting fellow Brightonians Strange Cages at their Brighton EP Launch show later this month (details here), so if you’re keen to see what they sound like live, you best head down. Watch the video for ‘Twitcher TV (Weeder)’ below, and follow Ezekiel Doo on Facebook for more updates.