Directed by band leader Joe Mount, the video also features additional animation by visual artist Gabriel Rolim, who has been a collaborator on Metronomy’s lockdown series ‘Metronomy TV’.
“You get people who seem like they’ve given up on the idea of connecting with young people, but the longer I continue to feel that what I’m doing is of value to a demographic of people that aren’t just [getting older with me] then it’s interesting,” Joe told us for our September 2019 issue. “As I get older I see things that are super interesting because they’re just honest. The algorithms that drive Spotify - on one level they’re super weird and people don’t like the idea of being sold music taste by a computer. But on the other hand, that computer’s got really fucking sick taste in music! And that’s the thing – it’s the sixth record now. I don’t think I have to explain [Metronomy] anymore. There’s obviously not something fundamentally wrong with what I’m doing, so if it’s cool it’s cool, and if it’s not, it’s not.”
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