The Orielles have shared an amazing animated video to 7th Dynamic Goo, the latest track to be taken from their much-acclaimed second album, Disco Volador which was released on Heavenly Recordings on Friday 28th February 2020.
Talking about the video, which was directed by the video artist Stacie Ant, the band said:
We’ve always wanted to have an animated video and I guess things worked out well during this weird moment in time! We love Stacie’s work and her aesthetic is spot on with what we envisioned being our first trip into outer-space. Hope y’all enjoy this asteral adventure!
Stacie Ant added:
The music video is a cosmic quest from a Jetsons-inspired suburbia to a sci fi city alien nightclub. The video is inspired by mid century retro futurism, as well as cinematic cyberpunk culture. I wanted the visuals to really capture the unique and psychedelic sound of the Orielles – together we came up with a futuristic depiction of a timeless tale – the journey to crashing a party with your friends!
Additionally, the band have shared a Confidence Man remix of album track Bobbi’s Second World. The band said about the remix:
Having Confidence Man remix a tune of ours has definitely been top of the list since we first heard their music! So so happy that they agreed to do it, and do such a banging job of it too. This brings a new lease of life to an older track of ours and is definitely one we’ll be spinning out as soon as we can!
Disco Volador sees the 4-piece push their sonic horizon to its outer limits as astral travellers, hitching a ride on the melodic skyway to evade the space-time continuum through a sharp collection of progressive strato-pop symphonies.
Voyaging through cinematic samba, 70s disco, deep funk boogies, danceable grooves and even tripping on 90s acid house, Disco Volador sees The Orielles spinning into a higher zero-gravity orbit. Written and recorded in just 12 months, it captures the warp-speed momentum of their post-Silver Dollar Moment debut album success; an unforgettable summer touring, playing festivals like Green Man and bluedot, Disco Volador’slibrary catalogue vibes stem from a band lapping up and widening their pool of musical discovery whether nodding to Italian film score maestros Sandro Brugnolini and Piero Umiliani, or the Middle Eastern tones of Khruangbin and Altin Gün.
Finally, just before lock-down the band completed a U.K. tour culminating in a sold-out show at London’s Electric Ballroom
The Orielles are: Esmé Dee Hand Halford (bass & vocals), Sid Dee Hand Halford (drums & vocals) and Henry Carlyle Wade (guitar).