Psychedelic rockers Thee Oh Sees are no strangers to bizarre, disorienting music videos. Hell, just last week they dropped a completely out-of-left-field visual for their song “The Lens”. Today, they return with an equally strange animation for “The Drop”, the title track off their forthcoming studio album.
Created by artist Arthur Carvalho, the video features a maze of squiggly black and white lines that hypnotically morph and swirl into shapes and intricate patterns throughout—just like the song’s gauzy and fuzzy guitar parts. During the video, when frontman John Dwyer sings, “again, oh yeah!”, Lichtenstein–inspired text of the lyrics pop up, giving the already retro-minded leanings of the band an even more vintage feel. Watch it below.
Drop is due out on Record Store Day (April 19th) via Dwyer’s Castle Face Records.