Melbourne’s heavy experimental creatives Orsome Welles will be releasing their new EP titled Rise in early November.
The band are touring nationally through September with Circles, to celebrate the release of the EP’s first single Build A World!
Today the band release the stunning music video for Build A World
Watch It Here
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWSzZthe-a4]Featuring amazing graphics and striking visuals of the band as test subjects to their mad scientist lead singer, the video is the brain child of Orsome Welles and the incredible Adrian Goleby.
Stowers says of the track, ‘creating ‘Build A World’ has been an amazing experience for us. From a backyard writing session all the way to our first ever video clip, this song has allowed us to grow as a band like never before. ‘Build A World’ is the first taste from our upcoming EP Rise, and we can’t wait for everyone to hear it and watch the video.’
OW guitarist Steven Angell says the songs concept ‘explores the idea of obsession fuelling one’s ability to change their life and surroundings in an instant.’
Build A World was filmed on location at Diamond Steel Engineering & Oneos in Melbourne, and was directed by the uber talented Adrian Goleby, who has previously worked with Caligula’s Horse,
Devin Townsend, The Ocean & many others.
Build A Wall – Credits:
Director/Editor/Camera Operator/Compositor/Visual Effects – Adrian Goleby / Concept by Orsome Welles
Scientist – Michael Stowers
Band/Test Subjects – Justin Price, Steven Angell, James Vihtelic and Nick Toohey
Scientist Assistants – Colin Andrews & Jainish Prakash
Filmed on location at Diamond Steel Engineering and Oneos
Orsome Welles are a band that defy classification. An unconventional merge of progressive and heavy, overlaid with an early 20th century panache; pounding grooves, infused with intricate instrumentality and raw uncaged power. Their avant-garde live show is a sight to behold!
Friday, September 16: Enigma Bar, Adelaide – with Circles, Colibrium & For Millennia
Saturday, September 17: The Evelyn, Melbourne – with Circles, James Norbert Ivanyi & Kardinal
Friday, September 23: The Bald Face Stag, Sydney – with Circles, James Norbert Ivanyi & Sevsons
Saturday, September 24: The Basement, Canberra – with Tundrel & Hallucinatorium