Sun Silva’s Video “Sun Skin Air” Is A Trippy Acrylic Portrayal of Music & London

Psychedelic krautrock

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

London quartet Sun Silva gives us a portrait of their city in smudged trippy aesthetics in their new video “Sun Skin Air.” The song is krautrock dipped in kaleidoscopic palette where the four pain the frustrations, confusions, and surrealistic experience of being stuck in a hostel with no fan at all. The video feels like a hybrid between acrylic paint and dreamy, retro cinema that feels like from another era – watch below:

Sun Silva will be hitting the road in a few days, so don’t miss them:

3/11 – Omeara (London, UK)

3/29 – Jacaranda Records Phase One (Liverpool, UK)

5/1 – The Camden Assembly (Camden, UK)

5/4 – Live At Leeds (Leeds, UK)

5/5 – Hit The North (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)

5/24-25 – Dot to Dot Festival (Manchester, UK)

5/26 – Nottingham (Various Venues) (Nottingham, UK)

7/4-7 – Barn on the Farm (Gloucester, UK)