RINSE Captures What Infatuation In Your Head Looks Like In “Tamaryn (Wherever I Am)”

And it’s in 3D

Photo: James Caswell

Brisbane artist Joe Agius has launched his own solo project RINSE last year. Today he has revealed a new single and video “Tamaryn (Wherever I Am),” where he uses 3D visuals to capture what infatuation looks like in your head.  The track is from his upcoming debut EP Wherever I Am, which will be out on March 5th. Layered with shards of glimmering synths, “Tamaryn (Wherever I Am)” is a silky explosion of shoegaze and post-punk. Check it out:

“I built and painted the walls and nearly every object featured in each room (thanks to Facebook marketplace) over a couple of weeks, while the 3D animation was created by Jackson Phillips and Skye Skye,” said Agius. “I wanted the video to encapsulate what it’s like being stuck in your own head when you’re totally infatuated with somebody. ‘Tamaryn (Wherever I am)’ was one of the first songs I wrote and recorded as RINSE and really started the ball rolling for this project. ”