Video: School Disco Share Psychedelic, Futuristic New Video For ‘Through Dimensions’

Following the release of their new album ‘Denton Rock’, School Disco share new visuals for ‘Through Dimensions’.

A video to match the psychedelic, trippy nature of the musical backdrop, the graphic based video deliver a journey through space to a swirling, high octane backdrop of biting guitar tones, punching drums and intense vocal delivery.

As the track grows through it’s intense bass and guitar riffs, the guitars take on a fuzzy tone before exploding into a rapturous guitar solo, soaked in swirling modulation and wah wah. As comparable to The Doors as it is to Hawkwind, the track captures the freedom and intensity of 70s rock whilst also retaining a fresh faced edge.

Speaking about the new album, Rory from the band shares:

”’Denton Rock’ is an album I’m super proud of, with a whole new line-up we really got into a groove  playing new songs and reimagining old ones live. We booked out a studio in Manchester that our  friends have and we managed to get down 90% of the album in 3 days. We all really hit a groove and  it was such a fun creative process with everyone down to get experimental and use the studios as a  big playground. Some songs we had mastered before the studio, and some songs we finished in the  studio by playing around and jamming in a similar fashion to what we do live. 

I also reached out to a few friends and guests that really elevate the album with their contributions – Eva Lunny on harp adds such depth and Brennan Harvey’s Alto Sax on Crying Beasts adds more for  me than any guitar would. I feel we really took the DIY aesthetic that our first two albums have and  elevated it further”

Watch the new video for ‘Through Dimensions’ below:

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