NEWS: Gallops reveal new single 'Boolean Who?' and accompanying video

NEWS: Gallops reveal new single ‘Boolean Who?’ and accompanying video

Wrexham trio Gallops have returned with their first new release in five years.

The band – whose second album Bronze Mystic was released in 2017 – have released the video for ‘Boolean Who?‘ and the track is available now on their Bandcamp page. There is a remix of the track from Maes Y Circles on the Bandcamp page, and the track will be released to major streaming platforms on July 20.

The single is the first of a series as club-ready singles rather than a trailer for a third album. It is named after George Boole, the 19th century mathematician whose logic system underpins modern programming. Speaking about the new tracks the band have been working on, the band’s Mark Huckridge explains: ‘These tracks are also about stripping back our sound and creating something that feels more direct and visceral. We’ve always been interested in club culture and this is us letting that shine through, working less with melody and focusing more on rhythmic elements and how they interact with each other, as well as not being afraid to let things repeat.’

Speaking about the video for the track, Huckridge adds: ‘The video was created by the London-based filmmaker Sky Ainsbury. It uses macro footage of ink and its colour data to create hallucinatory digital landscapes. This clash between the real and hyperreal, utilising organic input in order to receive synthetic output is a reflection of the band’s current modus operandi.’

NEWS: Gallops reveal new single ‘Boolean Who?’ and accompanying video

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