Indie rock veterans Young The Giant embrace their psychedelic side with a music video for their newest single, "Superposition." Watch the music video above.
"Superposition" is a love song that plays with the themes of science and fate. The term "superposition" is used in physics to describe what happens when two forces come together. The hook and chorus are bound to linger, with the clever use of what appears to be a 10-string ukelele, showcasing a potential evolution in the band's overall sound. The new track is a nice contrast to their other recently released single, "Simplicity," which — as the title suggests — is a simpler indie rock song.
The psychedelic vibes are further seen in the music video with its heavy use of photo-negatives, floating rocks, and shots of band members playing on rock formations. The dream-like visuals are an ideal fit for the instrumentation's atmospheric grooves and unusual guitar break.
Young The Giant's upcoming album, Mirror Master, will be released on October 12.
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