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Premiere: Australian group This Week in the Universe exclusively shares detailed stop-motion video for ‘Frostilicus’

It implements over six-thousand individual images, three months of building sets and shooting.

 

Feeling and sounding like a blast from the past, This Week in the Universe produced an incredible stop-motion visual that had to take lots of time to create. It implements over six-thousand individual images, three months of building sets and shooting. Watch the group’s hard work below, which features their four-minute Electronic effort below. It is the first single from their forthcoming project, ‘Tellurian’. The album took about a year to complete, which utilised an expansive array of vintage synthesisers and drum machines to create a sonic palette of epic magnitude.


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