The Video for Bronson's Latest Single 'Keep Moving' Is a Corporate Culture Fever Dream

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Gian Galang

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While many of are still trading office life for working on the couch in our sweatpants, the new video from Bronson brings us back to our desks via its surrealist approach to life on the corporate ladder.

In the clip for the trio's latest single "Keep Moving" (out today, July 21) the pristinely dressed employees of Bronson Inc. partake in corporate strategy in the midst of an increasingly surreal series of events including miniature corporate drones shooting out of computer screens, dead-eyed employees lip-syncing the song lyrics and a man casually on fire in the boardroom in what appears to be an homage to the cover of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here. Watch the video below.

The creeping panic is set to the tune of the newest track from Bronson, the electronic music supergroup composed of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight of Odesza and Australian producer Golden Features. Spare, dark and pummeling, "Keep Moving" is the third and final single from Bronson's forthcoming eponymous album, out August 7 via Ninja Tune and Odesza's own Foreign Family Collective label.

"Keep Moving" follows Bronson's June collaboration with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and the trio's debut single, "Heart Attack," which dropped this past April.

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