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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch the clip below!

Image: Joel McDonald.

Aussie indie-rockers PLANET have shared the visual for their latest single, Ship Won’t Change. Directed by Yeah Rad, we meet the quintet as they perform the intimate track from a sun-filled space, shrouded in golden hour sunlight.

Produced and mixed by the band alongside Adrian Bushby (Muse, Foo Fighters), the track is built upon glistening acoustics, before a captivating orchestral ending, with frontman Matty Took's glistening vocals floating above. Conceptually, the track navigates a doomed relationship, with the accompanying visual filmed in Western suburbs.

Speaking of the track, Took shares “Ship Won’t Change was a late comer to the mix (of album songs) - the song itself came together pretty easily as it’s a classic folk tune at heart. I sent the demo over to Tommy and he came back straight away with that vibey guitar that comes in the second verse. He added some cool synth and string sounds which were eventually tracked for real by Pete Whitfield in Manchester. During the mixing process, we wanted to add in harmonies - Lily & Grace from CLEWS came to mind straight away. They came round and nailed the whole song in like 30 mins... such great musicians. The lyrics are about being in a relationship but always feeling like it could fuck up at any time, so much that it makes you feel whack. The ‘ship’, being the relationship and trying to keep it from changing.”

Ship Won't Change is out now! Watch the visual below.


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