Grayson Gilmour has released his new single and video - 'Minus Times Infinity'.
Directed by Jesse Taylor-Smith (Pond, Dear Times Waste), Minus Times Infinity has also been selected as part of the upcoming BBC Music Video Festival alongside the likes of Sigur Rós and the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
Filmed in a remote forest, it sees the Wellington musician facing off against a giant animatronic dragon (lovingly named Boris). Shot on a 16mm Soviet-era camera, with each frame coloured by hand, the film exists in it's own unique world, giving the song a whole new perspective.
Minus Times Infinity is the first single off Grayson Gilmour's upcoming sixth album, and features an eerie amalgam of his voice and Claire Duncan's (aka Dear Times Waste) amidst the swarm of guitars, cellos, drums & other odd noises.
With a new album set for release early 2014, Gilmour has been far from quiet following his 2010 album No Constellation, having released three movie soundtracks, an EP with his band So So Modern and picking up the award for best film score at the 2012 New Zealand Film Awards for his work on 'The Most Fun You Can Have Dying'.