Brasstronaut "Raveshadow" (video)

Brasstronaut 'Raveshadow' (video)
Vancouver outfit Brasstronaut haven't released a full-length record since 2012's Mean Sun, but all signs point to a return with the unveiling of new single "Raveshadow," which is accompanied by a video.

Directed by Clemens Purner, the new clip tells the is based on a story of two close friends on a wild rally car adventure, also taking aim at the way women are portrayed in music videos and how certain activities are connected to gender roles at the same time. 

On the song itself, vocalist/keyboardist Edo Van Breemen said this:

How does one cope with earthly responsibilities in a world where his boss is a master of rave. Diving in and out of dungeons with subwoofers, laden thick with clouds of cigarette smoke, watching the sunrise to an orchestra of seagulls at the bottom of Clark Street near the Port of Vancouver. And then working on sci-fi movies for elusive suited men somewhere in f this profession, but carrying on listlessly and loyally under the shroud of a rave shadow.

While we await further news on Brasstronaut's third album, watch the video for "Raveshadow" in the player below. The single is out via Hybridity Music/Tin Angel Records.