Last week we brought you a fun little dance-pop tune called ‘Crashland’ from two Melbourne groups Rachel By The Stream and Men Imitating Machines, and this week they are taking us into their colourful imaginary world with a self-conceived and directed music video.

“The idea for the music video rose out of the lyrics, which were inspired by a painting in the Melbourne warehouse where we have our music studio. The painting depicts a plane crash in a neon cartoon jungle and we wanted to recreate this jungle vibe in an imaginary landscape that we could explore and have fun with” – Rachel By The Stream

‘Crashland’ is available now via iTunes and on Spotify, where you’ll also find two remixes by Norwegian producer Ampro and Melbourne bass-act Kayboku.

Melbourne fans can catch Rachel By The Stream at Grumpy’s Green on Saturday, May 7 – get your tickets here

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