South London collective Nukuluk have shared their new single ‘Feel So’.
The track is taken from their forthcoming ‘DISASTER POP’ EP, set for release on 17th November via Bristol label Spinny Nights. It’s accompanied by a Mateo Villaneuva Brandt directed video, which you can check out below.
There’s a whole description for the video itself, which – we’ll be honest – we’re just going to copy and paste from the press release, because we wouldn’t want to misinterpret art. Y’know?
“Monika, kidnapped by hooded goons in Nukuluk’s last video, is now driven by a masked figure through an ever-expanding city. Animation guides us through the machinery of the vehicle, where we meet Syd trapped inside the engine, surveilling the world on a series of screens and trying to make his escape. A holographic intervention and an off-kilter rap verse lead the car to break down. Syd is discovered in the boot before joining Monika and the masked driver to drive into an uncertain future, lights fading and towers growing.
“‘Feel So’’s music video draws on a wide range of Nukuluk bassist and filmmaker, Mateo Villanueva Brandt’s most cherished sci-fi films, books and comics including Warren Ellis’ ‘Transmetropolitan’, Terry Gilliam’s ‘Brazil’, and Luc Besson’s ‘The Fifth Element’.”
So there you go. It’s very swish, isn’t it?
‘Feel So’ follows on from Nukuluk’s debut ‘Ooh Ah’, released last month. There’ll be a launch party for the ‘DISASTER POP’ EP at Brixton’s Windmill on 20th November.