Watch a Tripped-Out Video from James Supercave

The trippy visuals are set to j.franxis' rework of 'Better Strange.'
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Psych-pop band James Supercave released Better Strange back in February of this year. Released on Fairfax Recordings, the album received critical acclaim from Noisey, Nerdist, and KCRW Radio for its abstract brand of pop.

The latest asset to drop from the album is the video of LA producer j.franxis' rework of Better Strange's title track. Like the track itself, the video is a tripped-out appropriation by James Kid, who reworks visuals from Half Wet by Sophie Koko Gate. As you'll see in the above video, it's an hallucinogenic ride through animations and real-world overlays that encapsulate James Supercave and j.franxis' weird and wonderful worlds.

James Supercave is also embarking on a three-date tour, the dates of which you can find below.

Tour dates:

September 10 - Palm Springs, CA @ The Ace Hotel
September 12 - Oakland, CA @ Starline Social Club w Bells Atlas
October 8 - Pasadena, CA with Chairlift & Atlas Genius