Perth psych-rock outfit Pond have returned with new monitor ‘Pink Lunettes’, their first single for the reason that launch of their 2019 album, ‘Tasmania’.
The synth-heavy monitor blends collectively parts of recent wave and rock, and stands in distinction to the lower-energy songs discovered all through ‘Tasmania’.
‘Pink Lunettes’ arrives with a hazy, lo-fi music video co-directed by the band and Jamie Terry.
“I believe we managed to jitter alongside the neon tightrope between completely unhinged, strobing spontaneity and centered ahead momentum,” frontman Nicholas Allbrook mentioned in an announcement.
Watch the music video for ‘Pink Lunettes’ under:
Earlier this month, Pond introduced two joint shows in Perth with Methyl Ethel, happening on April 30 and Might 1. Now, the band have revealed two headline exhibits for the regional places of Margaret River and Bunbury. Tickets are on sale now.
‘Tasmania’ was given four stars from NME upon its launch, describing it as “a well timed report, given our present apocalyptic climate circumstances”.
“Co-produced as soon as once more by Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Pond’s shut affiliation with their very well-known one-time drummer generally leaves them billed as a wilder Tame Impala side-project; the campy house rock spin-off from Parker’s mainstream-infiltrating psych. With ‘Tasmania’ these comparisons ought to kind of fade away,” the evaluate learn.
Pond’s 2021 WA tour dates:
Friday 9 – Margaret River, The River
Sunday 11 – Bunbury, Prince of Wales
Friday 30 – Perth, Magnet Home (with Methyl Ethel)
Saturday 1 – Perth, Magnet Home (with Methyl Ethel)