Warm Digits (Andrew Hodson and Steve Jefferis) recently released their third album Wireless World through Memphis Industries. Fresh from wowing crowds at Green Man Festival, the Newcastle electronica duo begin their headline tour tonight (Thursday 22nd) at the Prince Albert, Brighton, before moving on to London to play The Lexington (Friday 23rd). To whet appetites for a live show that threatens to be as visually spectacular as it is sonically, the Newcastle duo have today shared their video for "Growth Of Raindrops" via Brooklyn Vegan. One of the more one of the motorik-powered, hyper-melodic songs on Wireless World, it features guest vocals from Sarah Cracknell of Saint Etienne.
"We’ve always taken visual inspiration from experimental artists' film and video of the 1960s and 1970s, and this time we set up a Nam June Paik-style experiment in video feedback, with help from Sarah and our video collaborator Chris Bate from the Filmbee collective," said the band. "With the resulting film, featuring streaming, colourised feedback images of Sarah's performance, we hope to amplify the song's chaotic joy and energy."