Danish four-piece Pinkunoizu have unveiled a video for ‘I Chi’, a new cut lifted from their upcoming EP Second Amendment.
Due out on May 6th, the EP will be available digitally via Full Time Hobby and physically with a limited edition 12” vinyl via Everybody’s Stalking.
Second Amendment was recorded in London in one day and edited afterwards in Berlin by the outfit’s lead songwriter Andreas Pallisgaard and drummer Jaleh Negari.
“We initially wanted to make a pure, live documentation from the sound we had built together whilst touring, but I think in the end we always find it a bit boring to just do that.”, explain Pinkunoizu. “Listening to our music on record should be more of a fictionalized space rather than an attempt to present something as being real and happening in front of the listener when it in fact is not.”
Speaking about the title chosen for the EP, Pallisgaard said it “also hints at clouds of gunpowder, men on horses, frantic ideas of property rights on a deserted barren continent, weary attempts at defining cultural structures and personal freedom.”
Here’s the video for ‘I Chi’ directed by Ewan Jones Morris. Straight after listen to the EP’s closing track ‘Tin Can Valley’.