Watch the visual below!
Image: Nathan McDonald.
Aussie indie-rockers PLANET have shared a new track from their forthcoming debut album Information Overload. Their latest offering, Need More, follows the singles Ship Won’t Change and Resign.
Channeling the likes of DMA's and The 1975, the guitar driven release shows a new side of the indie-rock/alt-pop four-piece. Exploring the desire to find love and share your life with someone, frontman Matty Took's bewitching vocals float above mesmerising guitar lines and superb production.
Speaking on the track, Took shares: “Need More has been in the vault for a few years but pretty much with only the pre-chorus done. There were a few variations of it-slow, fast, folky... ultimately, we decided to revamp it with a fat beat and big guitar strums.” Guitarist Tommy Peppitt adds, “It’s the first time we’ve had a piano feature more prominently on a track.We also explored the synth world a bit and tried to push the song a bit further sonically. For me, it’s definitelya bit of a curveball track on the album and I can’t wait to play it live.”
The release arrives alongside an official visual, which explores the bond between bandmates backed by moody hues and darker lighting designs that juxtapose their previous releases. “Out of all the singles, we wanted this track to have a clipthat focused on lighting a bit more and re-creating that feeling of being at a live show. It was directed byPaul Liddle and produced by Jeremy Hancock from HOWL production company. They took our simple ideaand helped heaps in bringing it to life. Was a really fun clip to shoot.” the band say of the clip.
Need More is out now! Watch the visual below.