PSYCHEDELIC PORN CRUMPETS SHARE VIDEO FOR “MR. PRISM”

Following the release of “Mr. Prism” via Marathon Artists earlier this month, their first single of 2020, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets today share an adventure-filled clay animation video for the song. Created by Oliver Jones, who the band have collaborated with previously on their similarly kaleidoscopic videos, the video for “Mr Prism” takes us on a colorful journey through ‘sweetsville’, with some surprisingly dark encounters along the way.

Singer Jack McEwan had this to say about this video: “A prismatic man needs a colourful adventure, so when we were throwing ideas back & forth with Ollie (animator) it was hard to pass an edible Claymation. We’ve seen a bunch of his previous work & based a lot of the concept on his original videos, but all of us were in awe when he sent us through the final animation. I’ve never been more stoked with a collaboration of music & video, everything feels synced so perfectly, proper cherry-on-top work! Ollie you legend!”

Bounding along with maximum energy from the onset, “Mr. Prism” is relentless in its approach – a fiery reminder of the type of band Psychedelic Porn Crumpets have grown into over the last few years on the road. For McEwan, the song was born out of the feverish haze only illness and a crazy tour schedule can bring: “After our last tour of Europe I had a plethora of reasons to see a doctor. First, he thought I had tonsillitis, so prescribed me penicillin, which didn’t help at all. I did Falls Festival over New Year’s and barely got through – turns out I had pneumonia. I was pushing through on all sorts of meds until someone offered me the HMS Hunter alternative and I realized no matter how sick I’d ever be, I could never turn one down. Mr. Prism (my sickly fun-fuelled fiend of an alter-ego) was born.”

Watch the video for “Mr. Prism”

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