Flying Lotus has shared the colorful new video for “More”, his recent collaboration with Anderson .Paak. The video sees Flying Lotus teaming up with director Shinichiro Watanabe to produce a futuristic sci-fi storyline where the two artists step into an animated world of alien robots with built-in turntables and psychedelic space exploration.

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The video features Flying Lotus as an astronaut who has crashed onto a desolate planet, only to stumble upon a robotic DJ, filling in for .Paak’s presence on the hip-hop track. The video presents a visual masterpiece as Watanabe and his team provides viewers with an abundance of lush color schemes and psychedelic animation styles as the song plays throughout. Watch the entire new video below.

Flying Lotus – “More” (feat. Anderson .Paak) 

[Video: Flying Lotus]

Flying Lotus (real name, Steven Ellison) and Watanabe had also recently collaborated for a film short titled Blade Runner: Black Out 2022, for which Ellison had curated the soundtrack.

“More” will be included in the mix of recordings featured on Flying Lotus’ forthcoming Flamagra LP, due out on May 24th via Warp. Speaking of new albums, Anderson .Paak also released his own new collection of songs just last month with the arrival of Ventura on April 12th.

Fans can catch Flying Lotus live, even in 3D at some shows, as part of his 2019 summer tour schedule. Fans can head to his website for tickets and tour info.