The Panics – ‘Weatherman’

Perth-hailing indie-rockers The Panics have unveiled the video for their new single Weatherman, the first track from their forthcoming studio album Hole In Your Pocket.

Directed by Matthew Jordan, the clip is a fairly abstract effort, featuring a variety of landscapes and scenes superimposed over lead singer Jae Laffer singing passionately.

Jordan says he approached the filming of the track as if it was the title sequence of a film, with “a combination of old school filmic imagery like the film leaders and widescreen presentation with contemporary visuals from film or TV title sequences, showing us images of our worlds environmental decay”.

ARIA award-winning The Panics have also announced that they’ll head out on the road in October 2016 for a run of national album shows. For dates and ticketing details head to their official website.

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