We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Perennial‘s new music video for their song “Fauves” (watch it below). The track is taken from the band’s debut album The Symmetry of Autumn Leaves, which is available now for purchase through Bandcamp.

The band commented on the video:

The video was directed by Sean Prior of Mineva. We decided we wanted something simple and kinetic and bombastic – something as close to our live show as possible. So we found a simple, clean space, and threw ourselves around it for three hours.

Perennial is an art punk band from New England featuring members of several Topshelf Records bands. The trio consists of Chelsey Hahn (electric organ, vocals), Wil Mulhern (drums) and Chad Jewett (guitar, vocals). Their influences: The Nation of Ulysses, Le Tigre, Otis Redding, Bratmobile, The MC5, and Sam Cooke.

You can check out the band’s upcoming shows here.

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