The Kite String Tangle surprises with bouncy new single, Give It Time feat. Aalias

The Kite String Tangle surprises with bouncy new single, Give It Time feat. Aalias

And it comes with an especially fun video clip, directed by Imogen Grist.

Even though he sorta reached the end of his touring cycle earlier this year jumping on the huge Hot Dub Wine Machine tour, The Kite String Tangle has been a bloody busy bloke since. Between a Queensland Music Award win, international festival performances, a sold out London show, the release of mini-album A Desperate Moment, and a couple of shows with Queensland Symphony Orchestra, you could say he was seriously on one at the moment.

And that continues today with the release of a breezy new single, Give It Time feat. Aalias, one that comes with feel-good video clip and some incredibly good vibes. The airy synths and bouncy percussion make this track irresistible dancefloor fodder, shinging a summery light as the bleakness of winter sets in: "When we started talking about a video clip for the tune, I knew I wanted something fun and I always like film clips with a rhythm or dance element; and so when I saw the pitch from the eventual director Imogen Grist, it was a clear winner from the very start. It was heavily reliant on the two main characters and Imogen managed to find the absolute most amazing couple to work with; Frank and Jan. I’m stoked with the sentiment of the clip and I think it’s heart-warming, a little cheeky and super fun."

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