Paul Weller performs inside giant kaleidoscope for 'Brand New Toy' video – watch

The track will appear on the forthcoming compilation LP 'More Modern Classics'

Paul Weller has unveiled the video for his Record Store Day track 'Brand New Toy' – watch it above.

In the promo, the singer appears performing at a piano inside a giant kaleidoscope bathed in red and blue light.

The track will feature on Weller's forthcoming new compilation album 'More Modern Classics', which includes tracks from the past 15 years of the singer's solo career and is released on June 2.

'Brand New Toy' was first released as a limited edition seven-inch for Record Store Day on April 19. Earlier this week, however, Weller announced that he would not be taking part in the event again in a blog post attacking "touts" selling the limited-edition release on eBay at inflated prices, which he said "goes against the whole philosophy" behind the annual event.

Record Store Day organisers have since released a statement, saying that they were "disappointed" that touts are exploiting the event, which aims to support independent record shops. The statement also said that, as only 500 copies of 'Brand New Toy' were available, "some re-selling was expected".

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