PREMIERE: Kid Lab Rat drops his woozy new video for God Save The Rest Of Us

It was last month, with the release of his debut full-length album Out Of The Laboratory, that we were first introduced to the woozy and exploratory sounds of Kid Lab Rat (aka Dylan James). The Melbourne-based artist crafts music that feels simultaneously authentic and adventurous—it’s rooted in hip-hop, but is never limited by the one genre.

Now, he has dropped a new music video for one of the album’s stand-out tracks, God Save The Rest Of Us, and with it, James further develops his immersive audio/visual universe. It should go without saying that we’re stoked to be premiering it for you today.

Kid Lab Rat’s woozy, hyper-coloured new video for God Save The Rest Of Us is just as disorientating as the song it accompanies.

Filmed by Lpaka from 895 Records on a road trip to Sydney, the new video clip is as equally disorientating as the track it accompanies. The clip features Kid Lab Rat and a group of mates on the road and at various locations around Sydney—once you dive into the video, you’ll quickly find yourself hypnotised by the dreamy, hyper-coloured visuals.

The track itself is a showcase of James’ textured production and emotive vocal delivery. With dark soundscapes and gritty vocal hooks, God Save The Rest Of Us is completely mesmerising.

Watch the new video for God Save The Rest Of Us above, and if you like what you hear, go check out the full Out Of The Laboratory album here.