Premiere: Pepa Knight documents his Morocco travels for Tame Impala cover, Eventually

Premiere: Pepa Knight documents his Morocco travels for Tame Impala cover, Eventually

The journeyman offers a bit of insight into life on the road.

Following on from the release of his dreamy take on Tame Impala’s Eventually, Central Coast-based musician and Jinja Safari songwriter, Pepa Knight, has unveiled its visual accompaniment, shot on location during his recent travels to Morocco. After sharing the single a few weeks ago, we're proud to premiere the video today, compiled in true DIY fashion and shot on his iPhone:

I was working on the final touches of the cover when I was in Morocco for a month. I covered a lot of ground from Casablanca to the all-blue-town Chefchaouen, the Sahara Desert, Taghazout and everywhere in between. There was a lot of time to think on these jeep rides and trains from place to place, and it became really therapeutic for me working on this song while these landscapes were rolling by.

The cover precedes the upcoming release of his next EP, Hypnotized Vol. II, due early 2016.

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