If you're a fan of some British sounding indie-rock a la Arctic Monkeys or The Vaccines, look no further than Nelipot from NSW's Central Coast.
The trio have dropped a post punk-tinged, cool as ice new song and video for their newest song Garden Hose Rainbows that we're happy to be premiering today on Cool Accidents.
Shot in the Nelipot's lead singer's family home, the video is a quirky but heartfelt insight into the dichotomy that is wanting to fit in but also wanting to be true to yourself as who you are.
Nelipot bassist Jordyn says, "The video was shot inside a spare room at our lead singer’s family home. They gave us free reign of the space for the weekend and we were able to rework the room to turn it into a set. The set was so small that none of the lighting equipment/rigs could fit in the room, so Mitch (the director) had to setup ladders outside the house and build DIY mounts for the lights to shine into the set from the outside windows. All costuming and props for the shoot were found in our houses.”
It's got a bit of a surreal vibe - particularly in the enigmatic characters it features - but its anthemic chorus comes complete with the lyrics on screen like a foreign film's subtitles, so you'll be singing along in no time.