Melbourne producer and musician Dion Tartaglione has returned to his Planète moniker after a long hiatus with a new single titled "Nightcrawler," released via Good Manners. The new cut follows previous single, "Altar," as well as a string of dates supporting the likes of Machine Drum, Com Truise, Romare, and Pantha Du Prince.
The single also arrives with a visual accompaniment; a collaboration with Melbourne creative collective John Fish. The video explores the self-reflection Tartaglione faced during the writing process, as he explains:
"Within the Nightcrawler video, the theme explored is a narrative of self-reflection, which is a theme that was present throughout writing the track. The identity and perception of this—in an evening setting—is what myself and the team at John Fish are tapping into with this video. It's internal and introspective, and the video aims at portraying these ideals within a single character format."
The track itself is being offered as one of today's XLR8R downloads. Filled with the introspective qualities mentioned above, "Nightcrawler" is a raw seven-minute journey through off-kilter sounds, yearning chords, and swinging percussion.
You can download the cut via WeTransfer below, with the video also streaming in full.