North London group Franc Moody are as funky as they come. Theirs is a sound that is bright and bold with George Clinton-esque rhythms that make feet shake irrepressibly. Today, they release the visual to new single 'Pheromones', premiering below. The song's radiancy and warmth is matched by the stop motion animation of the visual, crafting an otherworldly experience.
“We were so into what Crack and Mason had done for [previous single] 'Super Star Struck' we were determined for them to work on 'Pheromones', Franc Moody told Dummy. "We love the themes they have explored on both videos, it feels really inclusive and original, plus the pace and colours and the edit itself really enhanced the groove on the track.
"On this one, the idea of our heroine finding Atlantis, this mythical city, in a slump and magically bringing the good vibes and smiles to its citizens is what Franc Moody is all about. We pretty much left Akin and Joe to the work after seeing the initial idea. It’s a rare thing to feel totally at ease with someone working on your project and also to be blown away every time you get sent an edit! The cohesion between their styles and our music creates something special that it’s been an honour to explore again – and surely there will be more.”
Franc Moody are also playing at Oslo Hackney on February 28th. Cop tickets here, and watch 'Pheromones' below.
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