Tame Impala delivers a ’70s interval piece of a music video for “Misplaced in Yesterday,” launched Thursday (Jan. 30).
Directed by the duo Terri Well timed (comprised of Ian Kibbey and Corey Creasey), the psychedelic rock challenge travels again in time as present Billboard cowl star Kevin Parker fronts a home band that performs on the identical wedding ceremony reception reimagined again and again.
The digital camera pans across the room a number of instances all through the four-minute clip, exhibiting the mom of the bride smoking a cigarette, the bride and groom reducing the cake and attendees getting groovy on the dance flooring in numerous colour schemes and attitudes till prime characters from variations previous come crashing again to destroy the simulation. Come for the extravagant meals platters, keep for the gaudy outfits.
“Misplaced in Yesterday” is the lead single from the Australian-born multi-instrumentalist’s fourth studio album, The Sluggish Rush, due Feb. 14. The album was initially meant to be launched earlier than Tame Impala headlined Coachella final April, however Parker modified his thoughts. “I [had] instructed myself that every one I wished to do was put out an album, and I didn’t care if it wasn’t nearly as good,” Parker tells Billboard for his new cowl story. “I used to be completely satisfied to sacrifice high quality for timing. [But] I simply knew in my coronary heart that it wasn’t prepared.”
Strive to not get “Misplaced in Yesterday” when watching (and doubtless rewatching) the music video under.