Premiere: Korky Buchek take you to outer space in Pull Your Pants Up clip

Premiere: Korky Buchek take you to outer space in Pull Your Pants Up clip

The Sydney dance duo pair their Prodigy-esque sound with a fun and playful video ahead of their debut EP later this year.

In case you're yet to be acquainted, Korky Buchek are a Sydney dance duo who has been on the rise over the last little while, whether it's playing festivals along the lines of HARD, Mountain Sounds and The Plot or supporting acts including L D R U. A big reason for their rise is their unique and almost-nostalgic approach to dance music that feels like a throwback back to the 00s, combining elements of rock and pop into warping, clashing electronica that feels like the meeting of point of the Australia-bound Prodigy and The Presets, for example, something their latest single, Pull Your Pants Up, solidifies. It's a high-energy, synth-soaked explosion of late-90s electronic, with twisted, warping synth lines meeting powerful, production-cutting vocals that almost yell down at you - something the duo say was purposefully melted together to create a club-ready banger. "This track was birthed in Recs Studios when finishing our first EP. It started out with an accordion being recorded, then Peter jumped in and threw some super hype vocals over it, then the song was kind of half finished and forgotten about for about a year," they said. "Then it got dug up and re-built and has turned into a banger of a track. It’s designed for maximum energy dancing and aimed at getting you hyped no matter what."

Today marks the arrival of the single's video clip, which unites the track's powerful punch with a fun and quirky clip that'll take you to outer space, offering a bit of a light-hearted and crafty visual that matches the single's theme. "This song is designed to take you to outer space, so the music video really needed to match," they say on the video, which arrives with the promise of a new EP early this year. "We got ourselves some weird outfits and jumped into a space ship and took it from there. The idea is that people all around the world have become more robotic in life and the only way to free them is through music. Bringing our special kork juice, we one by one free the robots from their trance and turn them into dance machines." Watch the clip below.

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