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Neon Indian’s Alan Palomo Shares Video for New Track “Meutrière” (Feat. Flore Benguigui)

Neon Indian’s Alan Palomo Shares Video for New Track “Meutrière” (Feat. Flore Benguigui)


Neon Indian’s Alan Palomo Shares Video for New Track “Meutrière” (Feat. Flore Benguigui)

World of Problem Due Out September 15 through Mother+Pop

Jul 11, 2023

Pictures by Daniel Everett Patrick

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Neon Indian’s Alan Palomo is releasing his first album underneath his personal title, World of Problem, on September 15 through Mother+Pop. Now he has shared its third single, “Meutrière,” which options Flore Benguigui and was shared through a self-directed music video. Watch it under.

Palomo had this to say in regards to the new track in a press launch: “Although I are inclined to reference motion pictures in my work, I’ve at all times wished to jot down a track going down on a movie set that explores the friction usually felt between actors and their administrators. The belief. The reckless abandon. A drama that precedes the onscreen drama. I used to be gleefully nonplussed when L’Imperatrice’s very personal Fleure Benguigui agreed to duet this kooky French-Italo banger.”

Of the video he provides: “From the bounce, I knew I wished to have the lyrics of ‘Meutrière’ immediately inform the video’s idea and try to adapt them as in the event that they had been a script. Born out of my love for Giallo flicks, this can be a surreal smear of each the horrors in entrance and behind the digicam on one significantly nightmarish Italian movie set. Made with the closest of homies, this is perhaps my favourite one but!”

Beforehand, Palomo shared his first single underneath his personal title, “Nudista Mundial ’89,” which featured Mac DeMarco and can also be included on the album. It was shared through an animated video impressed by the Eighties grownup online game Leisure Go well with Larry, by which Palomo and DeMarco go to Ibiza and seek for a nude seaside get together. Palomo wrote and directed the video, which was animated by Johnny Woods.

Then when the album was introduced, Palomo shared its second single, the jazzy “Keep-At-Residence DJ,” through a lyric video. It was certainly one of our Songs of the Week.

World of Problem began out as a Neon Indian album, earlier than Palomo determined to change gears and launch it as a solo album.

A earlier press launch described the vibe of the undertaking in additional element: “From the intricate fictional particulars packed into the quilt artwork (co-created by Palomo and designer Robert Beatty), to the lyrical collage of popular culture and political references, to the music’s early-digital sheen, the album evokes the ’80s golden age of rock stars like Bryan Ferry and Sting leaving their very own breakthrough initiatives to strike out as jazzy solo musicians.”

Palomo’s final Neon Indian track was 2019’s “Toyota Man,” a Spanish language monitor that was a satire of the immigration disaster that was certainly one of our Songs of the Week.

Neon Indian’s final album, VEGA INTL. Night time College, was launched method again in 2015 through Mother + Pop. It was #20 on our High 100 albums of 2015 checklist.

Learn our 2015 print article on Neon Indian, in addition to our 2015 bonus digital magazine Q&A with Neon Indian.

Additionally learn our evaluation of VEGA INTL. Night time College.

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