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CHASE ATLANTIC ARE BRINGING TARANTINO VIBES ON THEIR VISUAL FOR 'OHMAMI'

OHMAMI is the latest release from the band under their new label

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Genre-defying Aussie trio Chase Atlantic have shared the visual for their latest single, OHMAMI. Fusing together sonic threads of trap, nocturnal R&B, and neo-psychedelia the track is built upon Spanish-influenced beats and catchy vocal melodies.


Inspired by films from Quentin Tarantino, the clip offers vignettes that embody the 'fast life’ aesthetic early eighties to late nineties, with elements that are comparable to films including Blow and Wolf of Wall Street, as well as the video game, GTA Vice City.



Speaking of the track, the trio share: "It's the type of song that allows you to really feel yourself, to actually feel alive. Yet, at the same time, it provides an escape from reality. Even if it's just momentarily, you can feel the effect of the song lingering in the brain like audible drugs."


Made up of brothers Mitchel and Clinton Cave, and Christian Anthony, Chase Atlantic have spent the past six years building their dedicated following, with three EP's and two albums under their belt. The trio have performed across the US, UK, and Europe, with sold-out performances at iconic venues including Webster Hall in New York, Kentish Town Forum in the UK, and The Regent Theater in Los Angeles. Chase Atlantic have also taken to the stage at global festivals including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Reading and Leeds.


OHMAMI is out now! Watch the visual below.