Premiere: Polish Club put in some serious hours on the clip for Beeping

Premiere: Polish Club put in some serious hours on the clip for Beeping

A video made with a B&W photocopier and plenty of persistence.

We are very happy to premiere the new video clip for Sydney duo Polish Club today, especially once you find out how much freaking effort went into filming the bastard. The clip is for the track Beeping (the third single from the twosome's self-titled debut EP - listen to it all HERE), and was put together entirely on a B&W photocopier. Made after-hours at their office job, drummer John-Henry and his friend Tommy Thoms shifted each frame around as the photocopier moved across the glass top. And then from there, each photocopy painstakingly photographed. And while it took a full month to cut it all together, the results have paid off with a trippy psychedelic experiment that's ended up being the perfect visual accompaniment to the rollicking two-and-a-half minutes of music that go with it. Watch it below, and check out their upcoming tour dates with Loon Lake, along with their EP launch at Waywards in Sydney.


Thurs 12 Nov - Loon Lake Farewell Tour - Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Sat 14 Nov - Loon Lake Farewell Tour - Corner Hotel, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Fri 11 Dec - Polish Club EP Launch - Waywards, Sydney (FREE ENTRY)

29-31 Dec - Lost Paradise Festival - Glenworth Valley

Sun 10 Jan - FBi Radio's SMAC Festival - Carriageworks, Sydney

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