Django Django share CGI video for ‘Reflections’ – watch

The promo was recorded in the same studio as 2013's 'Gravity'

Django Django have shared a CGI video for their song ‘Reflections’.

Click below to watch the motion capture promo for the track from the band’s new album ‘Born Under Saturn’, which is set for release on May 4. The video was filmed at Framestore film studios, which is also where the 2013 film Gravity was made. Director Natalia Stuyk has called the project “a futuristic and surreal take on the traditional performance music video”.

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‘Born Under Saturn’ was produced by drummer Dave Maclean. It is the band’s second record and the follow-up to 2012’s self-titled debut.
Read NME’s review of the album here.

“When we were writing the lyrics there were lots of references to rebirth, turning a new page and starting something again,” Maclean said of the record. “I guess that’s something we all felt.”

Django Django will tour the UK in May. They play the following live dates:

Aberdeen Lemon Tree (May 2)
Live At Glasgow Festival (3)
Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (13)
Sheffield Plug (14)
Brighton Corn Exchange (15)
Norwich Waterfront/UAE (18)
London KOKO (19)
Bristol 02 Academy (21)
Warwick Arts Centre Butterworth Hall (22)
Manchester Cathedral (23)

To check the availability of Django Django tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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