Taken from Baleine 3000‘s third record – ‘The Nap‘ – released last year on Brussels’ multiversical outlet Vlek, the dream-pop ballad ‘Gonna Rain‘ makes a return but this time on the screens, with a beautiful music video courtesy of Liège-based artist collective La Supérette.
Recalling the “damp lo-fi days of early Ariel Pink” and Connan Mockasin’s kaleidoscopic musical universe whilst “Illreme’s charismatic imperfections provide a hint of Can’s Damo Suzuki glory days“, the song here finds the perfect visual echo to its colourful palette of gummy riffs and toy-box synths, marrying the dazzling organic beauty of variegated gemstones and mineral lodes with childhood souvenirs of the weird, hard-to-hate Power Rangers’ monster enemies. A much recommended cocktail of audio-visual vitamins to crush the bleak coming-up of the Monday feels.
Shot in Liège on a mining heap by La Supérette.
Edited in Tokyo by $wampz Mushi.
Catch Baleine 3000 on their Euro Tour, dates below:
14/09 Boulehalle, Köln
15/09 Salon des Amateurs, Düsseldorf
17/09 Boot Tenace, Charleroi
21/09 TBA, Lausanne
23/09 TBA, Lyon
The Nap is out now, order a copy from Bandcamp.
1. Gonna Rain
2. The Nap
3. Fried Oyster
5. Bird Call
7. Heroica (Ambiant mix)
Baleine 3000La SupéretteVlek29 July 2016Dream-PopElectronicFolkPsychedelic