Premiere: Watch the new video for Gypsy & The Cat's Inside Your Mind

Premiere: Watch the new video for Gypsy & The Cat's Inside Your Mind

The stage is set for the duo to make a triumphant return to Australian music.

Melbourne indie-electronic duo Gypsy & The Cat are back and ready to fire in 2016 if their first single (and its video clip you're about to see) are anything to go by. A couple of weeks ago they shared Inside Your Mind - an exciting first taste of a new album, showing the guys have found the perfect mesh of the indie-dance sounds that the country fell in love with, updated with the electronic sounds we're more used to today.

And today we're excited to unveil the new video clip for Inside Your Mind, shot on location in Japan and using artist Housetu Sato's famous woollen cat head, it's actually the first in a two-parter, the conclusion to which we look forward to seeing when the next single arrives. Until then, enjoy Inside Your Mind below, and catch Gypsy & The Cat when they hit the road this month for a national tour (dates down the bottom):

INSIDE YOUR MIND TOUR DATES:

More info/tickets HERE

Sat Mar 19 | The Foundry, Brisbane

Thu Mar 24 | Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney w/ World Champion & LUEN

Fri Mar 25 | Howler, Melbourne w/ LANKS (live) & Martin King (DJ set)

Sat Mar 26 | Rocket Bar, Adelaide

Sun Mar 27 | Jack Rabbit Slim's, Perth (JUST ADDED)

Follow Gypsy & The Cat: FACEBOOK / TWITTER

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