Hookworms new album Microshift drops Friday, and ahead of the release the UK act have released the trippy film clip for single "Each Time We Pass."
The track is a collaboration with Alice Merida Richards of Virginia Wing, the first time Hookworms have written and performed a song with someone else. A vibrant five minutes of brain pleasing synth-rock, the dual male and female vocals add another layer of enjoyment to "Each Time We Pass."
The film clip was created by AV projectionist and video artist Sam Wiehl and features 3D scans of the group, collaborators and fans in swirling, colourful and creative poses throughout the course of the songs duration. The band had this to say about the track;
This track was the first time we have ever truly collaborated with an artist external to the band, in the most modern sense of the word. It was an extremely rewarding experience and it is one of the only Hookworms songs where I can happily stand back and admire it as it had been written by another band.
Microshift is released this Friday, February 2nd.