Crooked Colours join Crystal Castles' Oz tour, drop Neon Demon-esque clip for 'Flow'

Crooked Colours join Crystal Castles' Oz tour, drop Neon Demon-esque clip for 'Flow'

So much beautiful alliteration.

After a bit of a hiatus from the formerly WA-, now east coast-based trio Crooked Colours, their return is off to a cracking start with latest single, Flow. Serving as the first taste of their upcoming debut album, it would appear the time away has given them a new lease on life, with sold out shows and a sound that shows they're ready to evolve into phase two.

And in line with that comes the decidedly awesome new video clip for Flow, directed by the Daperis Brothers (RÜFÜS), produced by Chris Hocking and the Latenight Films crew, and starring emerging Aussie model Marny Kennedy. We're getting some delicious The Neon Demon vibes from the clip, which also comes with the awesome news they'll be joining Crystal Castles when the duo tour Australia over May and June (dates down the bottom):

TOUR DATES:

Sat 1 Apr - Somerset Valley, QLD (Hot Dub Wine Machine)

Wed 5 Apr - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

Fri 7 Apr - Villa, Perth, WA (DJ Set supporting PNAU)

Sat 8 Apr - Swan Valley, WA (Hot Dub Wine Machine)

Sun 16 Apr - Ivy, Sydney, NSW

Thu 25 May - Power Station, Auckland, NZ (Crystal Castles)

Sun 28 May - Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW (Crystal Castles)

Tue 30 May - The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD (Crystal Castles)

Thu 1 Jun - The Forum, Melbourne, VIC (Crystal Castles)

Fri 2 Jun - Metropolis, Fremantle, WA (Crystal Castles)

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