Australian electronic band PVT have released their new video for ‘Homosapien’. The clip is a unique take on the stop-motion technique, featuring a cast of collaborators, inspiring musicians, friends and supporters. Having already conquered the three dimensional in previous video offering ‘Vertigo’, PVT this time take to a 3’20’’ display of world class instrument-switching; beautifully executed in high contrast grayscale.

Clemens Habicht (Friendly Fires, Bloc Party, Delphic) is back in the director’s chair and even makes a short appearance in the video… along with 40 or so other faces, including but not limited to: Jack Ladder, Sarah Blasko, Kirin J. Callinan and Mrs Pike (yes, Laurence and Richard’s mum), but don’t blink or you might miss it.
It is one of those complicated PVT tracks that would be impossible for anyone but them to play and what makes them such a great performance band, seeing them actually make this music live on real instruments. So the idea is to make anyone else improbably able to play it.
PVT’s ‘Homosapien’ is out now worldwide on Felte, Modulor in France and in Australia/New Zealand on Create Control.
PVT have worked their way across Europe throughout May and finish off with a live date on 30th May @ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London.