- 16 Dec 20
Taken from Tame Impala’s latest album The Slow Rush, the 'Breathe Deeper' visuals feature a CGI dragonfly as the star.
Tame Impala have dropped an insect-heavy, animated music video for 'Breathe Deeper' following the release of the psychedelic band's latest album The Slow Rush.
The project - fronted by Kevin Parker - shared The Slow Rush in February of this year following their 2015 album Currents.
The dragonfly in the 'Breathe Deeper' video appears to have what looks like a transcendental experience in a cave before singing to the audience.
Other fantastical sights, oscillations, and creatures join the fray throughout the clip, which resembles an acid trip in the form of a six-minute video.
In October, Parker performed on a John Lennon tribute livestream on what would have been the singer-songwriter's 80th birthday, offering a cover of 'Jealous Guy'.
The Australian musician also announced back in November that Tame Impala will release a new 4xLP box set of the band's debut album Innerspeaker to celebrate the work's 10th anniversary.
Watch the new CGI clip for 'Breathe Deeper' below: