WATCH (And Play!): The New Unknown Mortal Orchestra Music Video for “Multi-Love” Is Also an Interactive Game

Plus, a huge new string of live dates.

Psychedelic R&B outfit Unknown Mortal Orchestra has shared the video for the title-track of their upcoming third LP Multi-Love. The bizarre inter-dimensional video, created by multimedia artist and musician Lionel “Vinyl” Williams, is also available as an interactive video game. Download the app—available for Mac, PC, and Unityto voyage through the digital odyssey of “Multi-Love.”

In a press release, Williams said the video “is meant to represent the vacuum of space by impressing upon inter-dimensional unfolding, immaterial objects, and time-driven reverberation of events. The virtual space allows for most 3D objects to trail in time—based on the directions one moves. You can construct & paint the objects in space to stretch them in any direction, to create infinitely vast compositional spaces.”

Watch the video here, and see UMO’s newly announced tour dates below.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra tour dates

May

7 – Eugene, OR, WOW Hall
9 – Seattle, WA, Barboza
10 – Spokane, WA, The Bartlett

June

2 – Boston, MA, Brighton Music Hall
3 – Montreal, QC, Fairmount Theatre
4 – Toronto, ON, Lee’s Palace
5 – Pontiac, MI, Pike Room
6 – Chicago, IL, Lincoln Hall
8 – Minneapolis, MN, Triple Rock
9 – Omaha, NE, Waiting Room
10 – St. Louis, MO, The Firebird
11 to 14 – Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo
13 – Atlanta, GA, Terminal West
14 – Carboro, NC, Cat’s Cradle
15 – Washington, DC, U Street Music Hall
16 – Philadelphia, PA, Boot and Saddle
17 – Philadelphia, PA, Boot and Saddle
19 – Brooklyn, NY, Warsaw

July

23 – Portland, OR, Aladdin Theater
26 – Vancouver, BC, Imperial
28 – Boise, ID, Neurolux
29 – Salt Lake City, UT, Urban Lounge
31 – Denver, CO, Bluebird Theater

August

1 – Santa Fe, NM, Skylight
2 – Phoenix, AZ, The Crescent Ballroom
3 – Tucson, AZ, Club Congress
5 – San Diego, CA, Casbah
6 – Los Angeles, CA, The Roxy Theatre
7 to 9 – San Francisco, CA, Outside Lands

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