A little while back, Newcastle Class of 2017-ers EAT FAST released their new EP ‘Immortal Kombat’ on Cannibal Hymns and it was chock full of dirty and distorted riffs and a good chunk of fuzz and reverb.
So, how to represent that in a visual format then? Art Mouse Films found a way with their video for the title track. If you like psychedelic imagery, then this is just about as colourfully psychedelic as they get. Paired with swirling filters and rapid-fire editing, the combination of vivid colours creates a hypnotic yet surprisingly sludgy video that accompanies the band’s sound pretty much perfectly. Just don’t sit too closely to the screen, or you might give your eyes a fatality.
In addition, the band have also announced their first headline show in London! They’ll be playing at the Sebright Arms on 2nd October and tickets are on sale now.
Watch the video for ‘Immortal Kombat’ below.
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