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Sløtface’s new video Telepathetic is equal parts weird and wonderful

Norway’s Sløtface (previously known by and still pronounced as Slutface) are back with the music video to their killer track Telepathetic, featuring enigmatic visuals, plenty of colour, and quirky interactions.

As their first release since 2017, the song is a massive comeback for the band, packed with punk rock bliss alongside brutal lyricism and hard hitting vocals.

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Watch Sløtface’s new music video for single Telepathetic, a melting pot of experimental punk, messy beauty, and hard hitting lyrics.

Sharing their thoughts on the video, the band said:

“What we really wanted to do was to gather all of our creative friends and acquaintances and create something. Not knowing specifically what we were actually going to get. Our experience is that if you bring talented people together and film it, it will usually be a good music video.”

“The song is all about waiting for something good to happen, and we thought the idea of statically waiting as a part of the art would be a funny way to showcase that feeling of stasis. We really can’t say enough times how thankful we are to all of our friends who contributed with art and help with the video, they really made it something really fun and special.”

The four-piece started out back in 2012 and released their first single Angst in 2014. Since then, they’ve excelled within their punky niche and beyond, even performing at Australia’s BIGSOUND festival in 2017 whilst on tour for their debut album Try Not To Freak Out.

If Telepathetic,is any indication of the direction the band is taking for their upcoming record, we’re all ears. Said to be a slightly darker and slower release (recorded in the Norwegian winter), it’s set to come to fruition early next year, with a bunch more singles being released over the next few months. We are beyond excited!

 

Telepathetic is out now via Propeller Recordings / Caroline Australia.

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July 5, 2019