King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have shared a new video for “Interior People”, taken from the band’s latest album, Butterfly 3000. Released on Tuesday, the music video blends KG&LW’s signature style with tributes to Japanese animation director Hayao Miyazaki’s Naussica, French artist Moebius, and the adult animated film Heavy Metal.

The music video comes as the latest visual accompaniment for Butterfly 3000. The 18th studio album from King Gizzard arrived last month with few pre-release details having been disseminated: while the band announced the album’s name ahed of time, no singles, artwork, or track names were shared prior to Butterfly 3000‘s June 11th drop date. Now, the Australian microtonal psych-rockers are doing things in reverse, releasing a new music video for every song on the album, landing on YouTube each Tuesday.

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The song’s head writer, guitarist Joey Walker, said that “Interior People” is “about the internal battle of questioning your own sanity, and the joy that comes in letting go and surrendering to the void.”

As for the video, director Ivan Dixon went into further detail, saying,

The only direction from the band was to include butterflies, to tie in with the album name Butterfly 3000. When I listened to ‘Interior People; I immediately pictured something with momentum, like a wild road trip. That’s where the idea of the protagonist riding a giant butterfly came from. The title made me think of cocoons. Maybe our hero was trying to find a cocoon to metamorphose into a butterfly herself? Little moments of affection between her and her butterfly could hint at a deeper bond between them. Were they lovers? With the cocoon I really wanted to design the kind of thing you would find in a typical Australian garden as a kid. The ones with little sticks poking out of them. I’ve never seen those particular cocoons represented anywhere before.

Watch the new music video for “Interior People” by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. Butterfly 3000 is available now across streaming platforms.

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – “Interior People”

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