Kllo continue their ever pleasing visual streak with the video for ‘Walls To Build’
In anticipation to the revealing of KLLO‘s upcoming EP, Well Worn, and coinciding with their spellbinding Splendour In The Grass performance over the weekend, Melbourne duo have shared the captivating visuals to their single, ‘Walls To Build’.
Gaining massive recognition from the release of track ‘Bolide’ through recieving plays on Triple J, BBC Radio 1, amongst being very well received by Hype Machine, the release of later single ‘Walls To Build’ literally built up their support with over 4.5 million Spotify streams as well.
Now the duo have shared with us the clips that come with ‘Walls To Build’ and it’s all about the abstracts. In Kllo‘s words, ‘the clip was filmed on a range of cameras and edited by our good friend Hamish Mitchell. ‘Walls to Build’ brings influence from a lot of different places and we wanted the varying fidelities in the video to reflect how the ideas came together.’
The placement of visuals and camera recordings compliment the ethereal nature of trickling synths and syncopated beats. The video features a range of mix-matched images of the earth, dripping paintings and other random clips all dysfunctional working together in turn with Chloe’s relaxed vocals.
After their massive set at Splendour In The Grass last weekend, Kllo are ready to venture off into their own Australian Tour in August in honour of the imminent release of their Well Worn EP.
Thursday 25th August – The Rosemount (Perth)
Saturday 27th August – Rocket Bar (Adelaide)
Words by Natalie Palmer
Photo Credit: Alan Weedon