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WATCH: Pinkunoizu – I Chi
Max Evans , April 16th, 2013 12:08

New video from eclectic pop group's forthcoming EP Second Amendment

Danish four-piece Pinkunoizu have released a video for ‘I Chi’, from the upcoming EP Second Amendment, to be available digitally through Full Time Hobby and as a limited edition 12” via Everybody’s Stalking.

‘I Chi’ is a trippy foray into the unknown that remains vaguely familiar – you know that psychedelic bands have tread similar ground but it sucks you in, as a percussive groove is embellished with quirky layers.

The video is downright bizarre, glazing over a plethora of collaged images, including galaxies and brief homage to the Dark Side Of The Moon album cover. Never lingering in any place for long, it turns into a playful sensory overload reminiscent of Monty Python’s animated sequences.

They're playing a fair few live dates in the upcoming months - have a look below:

MAY
Wed 15 – Electrowerkz, London
Thu 16 - The Great Escape, Brighton

JUNE
Fri 28th – Glastonbury Festival (Williams Green Stage, 2pm)

SEPTEMBER
Fri 27 - Loppen, Copenhagen
Mon 30 - Festaal, Berlin

OCTOBER
Tue 1 - Zoom, Frankfurt
Wed 2 - Ampere, Munich
Thu 3 - Bogen F, Viadukt, Zurich
Sun 6 - Rotonde, Botanique, Brussels
Mon 7 - La Maroquinerie, Paris
Tue 8 - Heaven, London
Fri 11 - Colston Hall, Bristol
Sat 12 - Brewery, Kendal
Sun 13 - Broadcast, Glasgow
Tue 15 - Band On The Wall, Manchester
Wed 16 - South Street Arts, Reading
Thu 17 - The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 19 - Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
Sun 20 - East Village Arts Club, Liverpool
Mon 21 - The Old Market, Brighton

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