The video was drawn by Robin Eisenberg.
London-based singer-songwriter Chelou's newest monitor, a glistening psych-pop lava lamp referred to as "Out of Sight," arrives right now (Dec. four) with a critically superior animated video.
It's the work of the Los Angeles artist Robin Eisenberg, who's identified for her neon-skinned, space-traveling femmes and candy-coated, intergalactic backdrops (she additionally used to play with the noise pop band Crocodiles). Along with animator Kris Baldwin, Eisenberg sees the "Out of Sight" heroine by a psychedelic house metropolis, a Star Wars Cantina-like bar scene, and a heart-pounding closing sequence because the beat picks up across the track's two-thirds mark.
This isn't the primary time Chelou has labored with an superior illustrator. The video for his 2016 breakthrough single "Halfway to Nowhere" was carried out by the like-minded artist Polly Nor.
Chelou, a purveyor of crazy guitars and entrancing melodies, has been releasing buzzy singles and EPs since 2014, and is gearing as much as launch his debut full size in 2019. The LP is titled Out Of Sight and its due subsequent 12 months on his personal imprint, Concrete Dog Records.
Watch the "Out of Sight" video under.