Chains of Love "Follow Me" (video)

Chains of Love 'Follow Me' (video)
Chains of Love still haven't quite figured out when they'll deliver their sophomore LP Misery Makers, but in the meantime, the retro-pop unit have dropped a video for one of its songs, "Follow Me."

Rather than re-explore the girl-group sounds of earlier work, the new track is an energized tribute to jumped-up and jittery psychedelic rave-ups form the late '60s, with Felix Fung's guitar bends taking a journey straight to the centre of your mind. Nathalia Pizarro's smokey vocals filter through just as sweet, though.

Visually, Owen Ellis' clip utilizes a number of extreme zooms and two-colour filters to capture the band tackling the track in their practice space, or having a puff on a couch. You can check it out down below.

While a firm date has yet to be revealed, Misery Makers will apparently drop via Manimal Vinyl/Frenchkiss Label Group sometime in June.