Tide Pods and Flying Whales Feature in Wacky New Promo for Superorganism
Take an experiential journey to the bottom of the sea, with 'The Prawn Song', which marks the fourth collaboration between Blinkink and subversive pop group, Superorganism.
Directed by Rob Strange, one eighth of the band, the video is set in a surreal visual universe, and one that’s totally unique to Superorganism.
This time, lead singer Orono Noguchi takes the audience through vibrant worlds where we meet singing dolphins and texting crabs, while learning that ultimately, crustacean life is distinctively more carefree than human civilisation.
A shareable mash-up of live action sequences and animated characters, 'The Prawn Song' fuses everything from retro video game visuals to millennial meme culture.
It arrives just weeks after the band created the first ever remix of a music video, in the form of the Gorillaz x Superorganism 'Humility' video. In the innovative remix, Orono is playfully transported into the Gorillaz universe, mixing each bands distinctive aesthetic.
Production Company: BLINK PRODUCTIONS
Executive Producer: James Stevenson Bretton
Director: Robert Strange
Producer: Alex Holberton
3D Animator: Philippe Medina
CGI Generalist: Felip Docolomansky
Pixel Animation: Robert Strange
VFX Artist/Compositor: Dan Hawkins
Genre: Music performance