UK electronic pop act NZCA Lines released Infinite Summer one year ago this week and now they have made a visual accompaniment to the entire album, which was created with designers TAXONYM and Alina Landry Rancier (Amala Studio). Says main man Michael Lovett:

Infinite Summer was inspired by concept-driven albums such as Daft Punk's Discovery / Interstella 5555 and Drexciya's Neptune's Lair - it was always my dream to have a visual for each song, something that would draw an audience deeper into our world. Our Village Underground show was an opportunity to bring the album to life onstage in a way we hadn't done before. I worked closely with TAXONYM and Amala Studio to articulate my thoughts, feelings and ideas behind each song on Infinite Summer, which they interpreted to create each of the videos.

We're premiering the sumptuous '80 perfume commercial that is the "Infinite Summer" visual and you can watch that, along with the entire "visuals" version of Infinite Summer below.

Meanwhile, Michael Lovett (who has also played in Metronomy's live lineup) will be DJing at Brooklyn's Baby's All Right on Monday, January 30. That's one of the It's A School Night parties with live sets from Blonder, Mondo Cozmo and Ex Reyes. It's free with RSVP. Flyer for the show is below.



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