Just one month on from the release of their stunning collaborative single ‘Talk It Out’, Matt Corby and Tash Sultana have unleashed a trippy animated film clip for the tune.
Back in July, two of Australia’s finest musicians gave fans the news they had been hanging out for, with Matt Corby and Tash Sultana revealing that they had teamed up on the brand new single, ‘Talk It Out’.
In a statement at the time, Corby explained that the tune was originally slated for his last record. However, he soon felt as though it needed some outside musical additions, with Sultana’s stunning vocals and guitarwork proving as a perfect fit.
“I wrote the song during the sessions for Rainbow Valley, but in a different way to the rest of the album,” he explained. “It didn’t feel like it was a fit for the record, so I revisited it with Tash.
“Tash has a giant musical beast living inside of her, so I knew she could deal with whatever I threw at her. It was amazing to collaborate with someone like that, and have her throw her musical stylings over the song.”
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Likewise, Tash Sultana explained that the pair had played together in the past, but it was ‘Talk It Out’ that finally saw them lay down their tunes on record.
“We originally started having a jam in early 2017,” Tash explained, “then life came between making music together.
“This track came about because Matt didn’t include it on Rainbow Valley. He sent it to me to fill in the blanks, and it’s the first collaboration I’ve done with another artist that I’ve released.
“Matt is an amazing songwriter and instrumentalist. He’s also an absolutely awesome guy with a huge soul, so it was a privilege to be a part of this project.”
Now, the pair have shared the official music video for the tune. Backed with trippy visuals that take influence from nature and surreal imagery, the clip was produced by Melbourne animator Andrew Onorato, who also helped with the animation for Childish Gambino’s ‘Feels Like Summer’.
With ‘Talk It Out’ scoring over 2.5 million streams around the world since its release, and serving as the #1 most-played track on triple j last week, it’s looking as though this one could be a pretty good contender in the 2019 Hottest 100 countdown.