Premiere: Boo Seeka get ravey in the trippy video for Gold Sail

Premiere: Boo Seeka get ravey in the trippy video for Gold Sail

The upbeat Never Too Soon cut gets a long-awaited visual.

Taken from their 2017 debut Never Too SoonGold Sail is Boo Seeka with their sights on the D-floor. With a relentless, 4x4 house beat as a backbone, Boo Seeka navigate a stripped-back house sound awash with moody, yet optimistic vocals, soft melodies and their signature percussive intricacy, all flavoured with Boo Seeka's instantly recognisable shading that has seen them become Australian favourites over the past few years. Today, the single has been joined by an official video clip directed by Toybox Films' Glenn Cogan, and to put simply, it's a bit of a trip. It's a 'down the rabbit hole'-type video, with Boo Seeka going on a hazy, psychedelic adventure after meeting with a fortune teller-like figure. It's a bit of a wild ride and to be honest, so be sure to keep your eyes glued to the video below and try to keep up:

Catch Boo Seeka at Newcastle's The Cambridge Hotel on May 25. Find tickets and more information HERE.

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