Bristol is a network, a hive of adventurous minds, while the city's close knit music scene seems to spawn idea after idea.
Simply put: everyone knows everyone else. Dolman is a new project featuring two familiar faces: Scott Hendy works with Domino signings Malachai, while Ben Salisbury is perhaps best known through an association with Geoff Barrow on DROKK.
Together, the pair have constructed an album of left field, cut 'n' paste productions. Utilising all manner of collaborators, new cut 'On Stoney Ground (Pt. 1)' features guest vocals from Danny Coughlan.
With lyrics inspired by Turner Prize-winning Steve McQueen's artwork 'Queen and Country', the video for the track is shot in grimy black and white.
Following a young rugby team as they complete a bruising training session, the track both emboldens and undercuts their devotion to discipline.
Watch it now.
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Directed by Tia Salisbury, Fyra Films (www.fyrafilms.com).
'Dolman' will be released on June 9th through Inflexion Point Records.