Just in time for warmer temperatures, up-and-coming fuzz rockers Penelope Isles have released a music video for their gritty single, “Chlorine,” directed by the band’s own Jack Wolter. It’s the opening track from the Brighton quartet’s forthcoming debut album, Until the Tide Creeps In, out everywhere July 12 via Bella Union.
Choppy guitar and thumping percussion combine to create a markedly DIY aesthetic throughout the video’s three minutes and five seconds of scrapbooked collage visuals. Said DIY aesthetic, both sonically as well as visually, operates as a self-aware style, one that brings an element of dirty garage rock to the haze of dream-pop flushes.
Listen to “Chlorine” below, and check out the Until the Tide Creeps In tracklist and album art further down. You can preorder the album here.
Until the Tide Creeps In Tracklist:
03. Not Talking
04. Underwater Record Store
08. Looking For Me Eyes First
09. Cut Your Hair
10. Through The Garden
Until the Tide Creeps In Album Art: