Dub Thompson are a young duo from California who specialize in making psychedelic pop. Their latest music video, "No Time," is one trippy ride. Watch it above.
The "No Time" video brings to mind the word "chronomentrophobia," which apart from being a patently terrible OutKast song, means the fear of clocks. So if you have that, steer clear of this video. Distorted clocks fly through space along with other warped objects, and the whole thing seems like a dream sequence seen through a VHS filter.
With a central lyric of "Baby, you've got no time for love," "No Time" sounds like a nihilistic response to your significant other telling you they're "too busy for a relationship." The bouncy, lo-fi music negates any sadness you might think would spring from such a breakup, leading to a pretty carefree vibe.
Dub Thompson's eight-song-long debut, entitled 9 Songs, comes out on June 10th. Preorder it from Dead Oceans and look out for Dub Thompson coming to a city near you on their upcoming tour with the awesome Canadian post-punk band Ought.