Inspired by a scorpion bite, no less...

Oracle Sisters were brought together by fate.

A multi-national collective that have roots in Brussels - alongside several other locations - they make dreamy, cosmic guitar pop.

The group's astral mission is currently centred on Paris, a city they use as a base for their psych-pop reverberations.

New single 'Asc. Scorpio' was prompted by a scorpion bite on a trip to Jamaica, and it's a song about inner and outer travel.

Drifting through cosmic journeys, Oracle Sisters have prepped a new video for the single, one that label a "lucid travelogue".

Partly informed by legendary Dylan tour film Eat The Document, it dips into ancient Albion, adding a drifting Englishness to their trans-national songwriting.

Oracle Sisters comment...

"Filmed as a lucid travelogue on their first U.K headline tour, Oracle Sisters take inspiration from bootleg ‘Eat the Document’ by D.A Pennebaker and Godard to create a passer’s by world view of a land once populated by dragons and knights."

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Celia Marie

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