GUM's Elafonissi Blue gets a psychedelic, 80's inspired visual

GUM's Elafonissi Blue gets a psychedelic, 80's inspired visual

Trippy doesn't quite cut it for this one.

Jay Watson, aka GUM, released his second full length in Glamorous Damage last year, and today we received a mind-bending visual translation for massive single Elafonissi Blue. The Tame Impala drummer and POND multi-instrumentalist's solo project has been steadily gathering steam in recent times following the release of two impressive records, and Elafonissi Blue highlights just how broad the Perth talent's musical scope is. The video for Elafonissi Blue, created by Alex Aulson, takes you on a twisted journey through neon patterns and splashes of fireworks, and I can safely say that a few trippers will be bookmarking this one for the next time they dabble in some cheeky psychedelics.

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