Image: Zac Bayly.
Aussie trio Children Collide have dropped their new single, Trampoline, accompanied by the tracks official visual. The three piece are also set to perform a handful of shows across Victoria later this month.
The breezy new track is a twirling, acid-tinged affair, with frontman and guitarist Johnny Mackay describing the song as “an ode to magnetic, magical and emotionally unavailable unicorns who enter your life and bounce you into space once you form a connection. Sonically, Loren's production managed to do that thing we love with the song, straddling two eras but still making sense. A lot of this record we were thinking about Sabbath, The Stooges and Sonic Youth but on Trampoline it was late Beatles meeting early Smashing Pumpkins.
Directed by Cybele Malinowski, the visual was shot in Bellambi, NSW. Capturing moments of nostalgia, the clip is an ode to the suburban dream in avant-garde technicolour.
The trios highly anticipated fourth studio album is set to drop later this year, after being brought to life by Loren Humphrey at Diamond Mine & Stockholm Syndrome in New York City. Titled Time Itself, the album will feature the post-punk lead single Aurora, the propulsive Funeral For A Ghost, alongside Trampoline in a body of work that is set to feature all of the unmistakable trademarks of Children Collide.
Trampoline is out now! Watch the music video below.