Happy Saturday! Have some new POND .
Perth’s favourite psychedelic weirdos have gifted us with a smouldering new jam dubbed ‘Sixteen Days’ and an appropriately bizarre 70’s-inspired performance-based music video with cable access TV vibes, complete with disco balls, low-lying fog, greased-up muscle men and crotch-thrusting aplenty.
“‘Sixteen Days’ is about, once upon a time, being jealous and paranoid, too ground down and mad to enjoy love and Genoa,” frontman Nicholas Allbrook explains in a press statement (via Consequence Of Sound).
Of the accompanying video, he adds: “Goulburn Valley Gold. Ruthless business. Fierce steals the show – World Champion (note – mirror ball helmet).”
The song arrives on the heels of the band’s 2018 comeback single, an eight-minute epic dubbed ‘Burnt Out Star’, and is apparently the latest track from a new LP, due out next autumn.