It's taken from his 'As I Was Now' LP...
'Clutching Insignificance'

Tim Burgess has shared the blurred, psychedelic visuals for 'Clutching Insignificance'.

The singer once tweeted to his followers: “Who would you have in your supergroup? Excluding Charlatans, mine would be: Vocals: Me & Ladyhawke Guitar: Josh Heyward (The Horrors) Keys: Martin Duffy (Primal Scream) Bass: Debbie Googe (My Bloody Valentine) Drums: Steffan Halperin (The Chavs/Klaxons)...”

Except this wasn't some idle daydream; Tim had actually assembled this group, writing, recording, and mixing a full studio album in the gap between Christmas and New Year.

Out now, 'As I Was Now' is a fresh-sounding piece of psych-pop with some acerbic, experimental edges, such as a keyboard-soaked 'Clutching Insignificance'.

Chris Walker and Darren Groucutt direct the visuals, with the palette drawn towards that distorted red as the camera looms in on Tim's face.

Tune in now.

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