The Jim Mitchells – ‘Planet Absorbed’

Sydney’s The Jim Mitchells have burst on to the scene with this, their debut single and clip Planet Absorbed. A wonderfully hyper active take on garage rock with a wonderfully hyper coloured clip to match, the band is big on psych-pop bombast with hooks to match.

The creative brain child of the band’s namesake Jim Mitchell, the clip itself reflects the various different facets of his personality that go into each song.

“When you’re writing and recording alone, you can get pretty stuck in your own head,” explains Mitchell. “You end up wearing all the different hats during the process so to speak, but it all ends up coming together as a juicy little whole in the end.”

It certainly does, this first taste from Master Mitchell being more than enough to whet the appetite of any garage or psych fans out there. And with their debut EP set for release on Third Eye Stimuli Records this May, it shouldn’t be too long between meals.

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