Serge Pizzorno has shared a self-directed “sci-fi, disco video” for ‘((trance))’

Yes, it's very ((trance))-y.

Serge Pizzorno has shared a new video for his single ‘((trance))’.

The clip was directed by Serge with cinematography from Chris Clarke, and Neil Bedford as creative consultant. It’s the latest cut from his debut solo record, ‘The S.L.P.’, out now via Columbia Records.

“[It was] inspired by Nolan’s Batman, Arrival and the 70s-disco aesthetic,” Serge explains. “((trance)) is a sci-fi, disco video, where we follow The S.L.P. on a super natural excursion into the unknown.”

Check it out below, and find The S.L.P. on tour over the next week. You can read more about what he’s up to in the September issue of Dork.

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