Naomi Punk share video for "Television Man"

Today, Naomi Punk share their music video, “Television Man,” the title track from their recently released album.
The video was created by Robin Stein, who “found inspiration in 1970’s imagery of body building and the Philip Lorca Dicorcia photography series “Lucky 13”. Using mirrors and digital rendering, he was able to manipulate video imagery, highlighting how “The contours of extreme musculature could become an abstract and dark visual medium.” 
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Following the release of the blistering singles “Evangelists” and “Poison Drum,” Sydney-based band Gang Of Youths has been back in Australia putting the finishing touches to their debut album, expected for release in early 2015.
Working with producer Kevin McMahon (The Walkmen, Titus Andronicus, Swans) in his studio in upstate New York and Mixer’s Peter Katis (The National, Local Natives) and Chris Collins (Tigertown), “Benevolence Riots” is a fresh cut straight from these sessions; vibrant and energetic yet with a deep resonance lyrically.
The track also features guest backing vocals from budding Sydney chanteuse Montaigne. The collaboration came about when Montaigne attended one of the bands shows and got talking to them afterwards; they got on so well they decided to work on the track together.
Stereogum premiered the track on calling the band “bold-yet-brooding music akin to Alligator-era The National.” The band are heading out on Australian tour dates before the years end and will be heading overseas again in the new year following on from the resounding success of their North American and UK tours. “Benevolence Riots” will be available for purchase November 7 via iTunes and streaming on Spotify with a video for the track being shot in Sydney next week.