Adelaide’s Paradise Club have dropped their intriguing new video for ‘The Seed’, lifted from their debut self-titled album, out now via Farmer & The Owl.
The first song on the album, and one that truly encapsulates the Paradise Club vibe, ‘The Seed’ expertly weaves shimmering guitars with pulsating beats and rich synths while the lyrics explore going through a rocky patch and coming through the other side with fond memories.
‘The Seed’ has been brought to life by a fascinating video created by the band themselves, filmed in and around Antakirinja country (Coober Pedy) – the very same ruddy backdrop where Mad Max Beyond The Thunderdome was shot. Embarking on an 18-plus hour round trip up the Stuart Highway, on their album release day no less, Paradise Club stayed in one of the outback town’s famed dugouts, which you’ll see pop up in the clip alongside a wandering, blazed 3D being.
Watch ‘The Seed’ below