Flying Lotus Unveils New Video for ‘Remind U’

Flying Lotus has unveiled a new video for for his song ‘Remind U’, taken from his album Flamagra (Instrumentals). The psychedelic, motion graphics-animated video was directed by Winston Hacking, who also directed a previous visual from the album, ‘Post Requisite’. Check it out below.

The clip is described by a press release as a “stream of consciousness video collage” featuring a “deconstructed, yellow submarine”. Hacking added that the video aims to “recreate the perspective of a curious child”, creating a world “ugly and chaotic but, simultaneously, beautiful and hopeful”.

FlyLo released Flamagra in May of last year, featuring contributions from Solange, Denzel Curry, Thundercat, George Clinton, Little Dragon, and more. The instrumental version of the album dropped a year later.

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