Psychedelic rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard just released the music video for "Robot Stop," the third single off of their 2016 studio album, Nonagon Infinity.
The video consists mostly of red and black colors shown in grainy quality, although there are moments when yellow, white, and orange shine through. Visuals of various machinery are shown throughout, with the face of Stu Mackenzie, one of the band's three vocalists, superimposed onto some of the robotic parts.
Nonagon Infinity is notable for the fact that each track continues directly into the next one without stopping. "Robot Stop" is the album's first song, which flows seamlessly from the last song when the album is played on "repeat" mode, giving the effect of an infinite loop.
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