The Delta Riggs - The Record's Flawed

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2nd single taken from The Delta Riggs forthcoming 2nd Album "Dipz Zebazios" 

Directed - James Yeomans & Patrick de Teliga
Produced - The Delta Riggs
Edit/Animation - Patrick de Teliga
Additional Animation & Graphics - Simon McConnell & Nicolas Futcher
Shot - James Yeomans

Produced - The Delta Riggs
Engineered - Reyne House & Alexander Markwell
Assistant Engineer - Jay the French Gentleman
Mixed - Alexander Markwell
Mastered - Brian Lucey at Magic Garden Studios

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Australian psych-rock larrikins The Delta Riggs have dropped another visual feast of a film clip for their new single “The Record’s Flawed." The video is the first taste of their forthcoming second album “Dipz Zebazios” for US fans, described by Rolling Stone as "a bold, new, refined sound." 

Shot around the streets of London during their breakout UK & European tour earlier this year, the band clearly had a great time making this clip which features original artwork and animation from drummer Simon McConnell. “We wanted to keep some elements of the classic Beastie-Boys / 90’s Rap clip format but also inject a bunch more colour and fun into it” explains Simon. 

'Dipz Zebazios promises a huge progression from their acclaimed 2013 debut (‘Hex.Lover.Killer’), highlighting the ambitions of a group unwilling to sit at idle. A sprinkle of sonic influence can be heard the likes of psych icons Primal Scream and art rock mainstays Divine Fits – both of whom the band have toured with in the past 18 months. Yet ‘Dipz Zebazios’ rhythmic palette draws from even more disperate worlds, taking inspiration from sources as startling as The Roots and Outkast.

"Dipz Zebazios as a whole is heavily inspired by the ideas of mixing classic hip hop and R&B production styles with a punk ethos and Analogue headspace," says frontman Elliot Hammond.

"Everything you hear on this Record is played by hand with an actual instrument although it won't always appear that way. We've gotten around sonic dilemmas in the the most unorthodox kind of ways, to me that's pretty punk rock to be tricking not only our ears but hopefully yours too."

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