Premiere: The Vryll Society get kaleidoscopic in the video for ‘Sacred Flight’

The Vryll Society get kaleidoscopic in the video for ‘Sacred Flight’

We’ve got the first look at the Liverpudlians’ cosmic voyage through the psychedelic vortex.

After a pretty barnstorming 2016, Liverpudlians The Vryll Society jetted off this year by unleashing their latest single ‘Sacred Flight.’

A swirl of catchy yet cosmic guitar licks and driving percussion topped off with a sing-along, anthemic chorus, ‘Sacred Flight’ gives the perfect glimpse into the band’s swaggering, contemporary take on classic psych-rock. Speaking of the track, frontman Mke Ellis said: “‘Sacred Flight’ is a motoric journey into cosmic space jolting atoms of sound from one galaxy to another before finally exploding into a jewel box of guitar frenzied litany!”

Well when it comes to the new video for the track, we couldn’t have put it better ourselves really. The clip itself is a cosmic explosion of kaleidoscopic images, as the band perform within a vortex of fractals, buildings and shapes. They seem pretty calm about their voyage considering they’re hurtling through what’s probably the fourth dimension at the speed of light.

Join them on their intergalactic trip by watching the video for ‘Sacred Flight’ below. They return to Earth for a handful of tour dates later this month too, which you can also see below.

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MARCH

22 Sheffield, The Harley
23 Bristol, The Louisiana
24 London, Camden Assembly
25 Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge